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Before and after rib pics

StargazeStargaze Posts: 68

Got a 3 pack of ribs from Sams Club.  Took the one rack and pulled the silverskin off, rubbed some yellow mustard on and gave it a good shower of my favorite rub.  This rub has brown and white sugar, chili powder [hot], cumin and a few other ingredients. 

I put the rack on the egg at about 250 F.  Let it cook for a little over 1.5 hours then coated it with some honey.  Put the rack in a foil tent for about 1.5 hours.  Opened the tent and basted with Stubbs hot BBQ sauce, did this again about a half hour later.

 

I've attached the before and after pics.

 

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Comments

  • LOL, I just noticed my BBQ helper is in the "before" pick, his name is Willy and he's in charge of any cleanup on the floor.
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  • Plano_JJPlano_JJ Posts: 448
    Nice, havent tried the honey. Might have to try it next time. Do you find it makes a difference in the taste or texture, or both?
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  • StargazeStargaze Posts: 68
    edited December 2012

    It gave it a nice contrast with the spicy rub and BBQ sauce I was using.  I think it also helped to keep it moist once I tented the ribs.  I definitely plan on adding honey from here on out [this was my first time using honey].

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