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Wife has 'challenged' me on ribs
So...my wife surprised me this evening by informing me that she was going to 'kick my ass' in the rib cooking department. She has expressed a desire for the old 'fall off the bone' experience, and I prefer my ribs with a bit of tug.
She has hinted at what she has in mind...and while the thought of wasted ribs pains me, I think I need to let her learn a little lesson.
She is planning some sort of vinegar brine, and then she intends to cook the ribs at 250 for 6 to 6.5 hrs. I guess she thinks that longer cooking time equates directly to more tender ribs, on some sort of endless linear scale.
Given her competitive nature, I learned years ago there is no teaching her in advance...so it should be interesting
What do you all think the outcome is likely to be?