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What is the 3 1 1 ribs method

dandan Posts: 57
edited 6:03AM in EggHead Forum
I am about to cook a lot of ribs and was told to do them the 3 1 1 method....What is it??? where can I find the instructions to do
it?

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  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Dan,
    You can see a picumentary of how I have done them on my website...in the cooks section..[p]Wess

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  • The Naked WhizThe Naked Whiz Posts: 7,780
    Dan,
    Basically, you cook them 3 hours indirect at 250 degrees. Then you foil the ribs and do them for another hour at 250. You can actually do them longer if you think they need to be more tender. There is also the 3-1.5-1 method which is 1.5 hours in the foil. Then you remove the foil and finish the ribs for an hour either direct or indirect (I do them indirect at 250) to firm up the meat and the outside layer. You may sauce them as you see fit once they are out of the foil. I do mine for about 1/2 hour at the very end. Good luck![p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
  • jimmyjimmy Posts: 34
    I do 4 hrs at 225.......fall off the bone! Also try different woods. In the winter its hickory and mequite......summer apple,cherry and oak
  • WessB,
    hey thats a great lil website you got there. step by step instructions WITH pictures, haha. makes things easier for egg newbs like me.

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    luis,
    LOL..That was the point...glad you liked it.[p]Wess

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