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Rib Ambrosia Has Been Achieved (large pics)

OttawaSmokerOttawaSmoker Posts: 12
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Hi All,

I've been lurking for a while (6 mths) and learning a lot from this board. First of all, I'd like to thank everyone for sharing the knowledge and experiences. It makes this the best place to be.

This past weekend I finally achieved the 'Best damn ribs I've ever had'. Followed the 3-1-1 as in the past but this time came out perfect. I've learned to let the fire stabilize for 45-60 minutes before putting the ribs on. Otherwise I would get too much of the smokey flavour. I prefer it to be on the subtle side.

I coated with the Dizzy Pig Maximum Viscosity sauce. The sauce is amazing. BTW - I'm in no way associated with DP. Just a shameless plug.

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Rib Ambrosia!!

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Ready to serve

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After 4 hours.

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Ready to go on...

(I don't know why but photos appear in reverse order)
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Comments

  • CdnQerCdnQer Posts: 23
    Congratulations!

    They look great! Did you use any rubs before the sauce?

    Erik
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  • Just a basic pork rub the night before.

    I can't go too spicy because of the wife. I plan on using some spicey sauce on my half of the ribs next time. ;)
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