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Turbo Baby Backs.....Im a Believer!

Ive always done low and slow on my Weber in the past, but after reading all about the turbo technique, I decided to give it a try on the egg.  I went indirect @350 dome temp with AR grid @ felt line.  Cooked with a homemade rub and homemade sauce for exactly 2 hours.  If they werent a 10, they were a 9.9.  I cant believe how juicy the meat was compared to my previous low and slow efforts. The ribs werent fall-off-the-bone, but they were very tender with a great texture and bite-off was near perfect as you can see in the picture.  Thanks to all of you who inspired me to try my new way of cooking ribs.

Shucker

Eastern North Carolina

Go Pirates!

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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 15,802
    Ok very good. Next is turbo butt
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  • shuckershucker Posts: 180
    Did you foil at all?  When did you sauce?

    no foil, I used a very thin, vinegar based sauce for basting when I flipped the ribs which was after 30 minutes, and then again after 1 hour.  At the 1.5 hour mark, I started applying the thicker, finishing sauce every 10 minutes or so.

    Shucker

    Eastern North Carolina

    Go Pirates!

    Large & Mini Max Big Green Eggs


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  • AMEN...another one has seen the light!  Great job on the ribs.  Mickey's posts on turbo cooks got me to try turbo and I haven't looked back since.
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  • shuckershucker Posts: 180

    they were baby backs.  the lid was not opened for more than 20 seconds at a time, so maybe my "turbo" fliipping and saucing had something to do with the lower cook time.

    Shucker

    Eastern North Carolina

    Go Pirates!

    Large & Mini Max Big Green Eggs


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  • TD458TD458 Posts: 4
    Thanks for the info, I love tender, but not falling off the bone.
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  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 6,697
    Me thinks I need to try turbo someday...

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  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 5,591
    Very nice- the ribs look great.  I have tried a pseudo-turbo at the 300ish range and they turned out great.  I have also tried turbo butt however I'm not yet convinced on that one.  It was fine, but I still prefer an over-nighter. 


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  • Griffin said:
    Me thinks I need to try turbo someday...

    But.........quicker cook means less drink, music, outdoor time, and "slaving' over the egg.  also means more time for honey do's and such.

    GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!

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  • Griffin said:

    Me thinks I need to try turbo someday...
    But.........quicker cook means less drink, music, outdoor time, and "slaving' over the egg.  also means more time for honey do's and such.


    +1


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  • Griffin said:

    Me thinks I need to try turbo someday...
    But.........quicker cook means less drink, music, outdoor time, and "slaving' over the egg.  also means more time for honey do's and such.

    Who said anybody needs to know?

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