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Rib question

DHWDHW Posts: 11
edited August 2012 in EggHead Forum
About to try first attempt at bb ribs tomorrow and want to do the turbo method. Just planning to rub them down good and go but will I need to take off and put in foil and apple juice at any point in cook. From what I understand I will take around 2hrs at 350 indirect . Also, what's the best way to do glaze at the end with this method. Thanks for the help.
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  • lilwootylilwooty Posts: 210
    At that temp, foiling will be unnecessary. BB's are pretty tender anyway. You could spritz with some apple juice in the middle of the cook if you want. Don't forget to remove the membrane first before you put them on. Don't worry about glazing them until they are done. Glaze and leave them on about another 5 minutes or so. You'll be fine.

    Living Large and XL

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  • gte1gte1 Posts: 376

    I did not foil, but I'm sure you can if you would like.  As far as sauce or glaze I would think the higher temp would actually be better than low temp.  I would also think that it could burn fairly quickly if you don't keep an eye on them.

    George

    George
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  • DHWDHW Posts: 11
    Thanks for the advice, they turned out great
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