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Keeping ribs warm for extended periods

edited 12:56AM in EggHead Forum
I checked the archives and did not find what I considered a real great answer to my question. After a get the ribs perfect on the Egg, the family is not ready to eat at that time. So, I have put them in a glass dish covered with tin foil. I placed this in a warm, 150/160 oven. Unfortunately a couple of hours later the ribs are overcooked and dry. I know we should just take them off the grill and eat, but sometimes this is impossible. [p]Does anyone have any special ways of handling this situation? There must be a way to keep them moist, and still be warm, or able to be warmed after a couple of hours.[p]HELP!!!


  • RichardRichard Posts: 698
    John Anderson,
    I have kept them foiled on the counter for an hour or two and just heat the sauce to serve with them.

  • John Anderson,[p]
    same situation here, I take them off, sauce, and double wrap in foil, and place in a cooler with a towel over, last a few hours like this and they are still hot..

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