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How do I cook turbo ribs?



  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 7,548

    Which came first the chicken or the egg?  I egged the chicken and then I ate his leg. 

  • This is what I do and haven't had spares or baby backs come out dry or anyone who didn't enjoy them yet.

    LBGE at 350 dome, indirect, legs up, drip pan with 50/50 mix of apple juice and water.  Placed 4 chunks of peach wood on each side of the egg.  Since I had 3 racks of ribs I had to use my extended grid.  2 racks of ribs went on the bottom and 1 on the top, making certain they did not hang past the drip pan.  Ribs went on bone side down for 1 hour.  Then I flipped them bone side up for 1 hour.  After the hour the top rack was passing the bend test but the bottom racks went for about 20 mins. more before they had a drawback and passed the bend test.  Sauced with 50/50 mix of Blues Hog and Sonny's Sweet sauce.  Let them rest for about 15 mins and enjoyed.

    Usually I spray the ribs with just apple juice every 30 mins. But I could not find my spray bottle so I didn't with this cook. I didn't see any difference.

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