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So I had an agreement with my 9 year old son and that's if he threw out so many base runners throughout the season at catcher we'd make his favorite meal which is ribs. Well much to my happiness he did it with 4 weeks left and about 20 games left in the season. So this is good and bad because now everytime he throws someone else out it's a rib dinner. This could get very expensive
My wife picked up some baby backs from the butcher and I rubbed them down with all purpose dizzy pig. However, when transporting them I had a bit of an issue and bumped into something and there went the ribs on the floor. A quick rinse off and reapplied rub saved them
Got the Egg at a consistent 246-254 with some hickory and apple wood mixed in and on they went. This is after 3 hours as I did a 3-1-1 version and wrapped one already and the other was getting ready.
After the foil, they were so tender and ready to be taken out. My family likes no tug to the meat so I cook them longer than most would advise but that's how they like them! I sauced them with my homemade bbq sauce and coated them with it
Plated picture. Picked up some pasta salad from the butcher, some baked potato salad, sliced up some watermelons. Used the mustard sauce and an apple chipotle bbq sauce that was sent to me from @chainsaw19
and the mustard one is amazing. I could stop dipping them into it!
The 2 slabs were devoured by the family! My son was happy and I can't wait to make more