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Playing With Fire and Smoke
I have been doing the 3-1-1 method for a few years now and they always turn out great. Get your temperature set at 250-260 indirect and put in your hickory or whatever you like, wait for clear smoke about 20 minutes. Put on your ribs, I rub mine the night before. If you use a rib rack you can foil the ends that may be hanging over direct fire. Smoke the ribs for 3 hours no lower than 250 no higher that 275. After 3 hours wrap the ribs in foil, remove the rib rack and put back on the egg for 1 hour, still indirect. After an hour remove the foil and put the ribs back on the grate indirect you can now add your bbq sauce or just go dry rub (my favorite) after an hour they are ready let them rest for 20 minutes or so and eat. Good luck.
Here is Mike's method:http://playingwithfireandsmoke.blogspot.com/2002/06/baby-back-rib-class.htmlI've done these quite a few times, and they turn out great!
I use the 5 1 5...5 beers per 1 hour for a 5 hour rib cook. Don't know how they taste...never eaten them.
ive been using the same method for years!!!!works great!the only difference is ive eatin them!just cant rember what they tasted like!probly good cause there always gone in the morning!!!along with the all the beer!!!
Sorry, I didn't know Mike I was just giving you my way of smoking ribs.
Here you go.