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OK, so I tried something new with ribs tonight

edited 4:50PM in EggHead Forum
I have been frustrated with the length of time it took to cook ribs. Tonight, I cranked it up to 300 and put them on. During the foil step, instead of honey and apple juice, I used the maple syrup from cracker barrel and finished with blues hog Tennesee red sauce. Oh my goodness. I would highly recommend this to anyone. It was sweet enough and the Tennesse red added just enough vinegar and kick to the mix. I may have stumbled on to something.[p]Gene


  • uncbbquncbbq Posts: 165
    So how long did it take this way, and what were the stages?

  • 2.5 hours indirect, 45 minutes foiled and about 30 minutes indirect with sauce added. They were slightly overdone for competition (pulled away too much) but man were they tasty.[p]Gene

  • dhuffjrdhuffjr Posts: 3,182
    That Red is good and tangy. I love it with pulled pork. I'm a vinegar/pork kinda guy though.

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