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  • Re: VERY OT - Hey Texans! Tell Me About Lubbock.

    BOWHUNR said:
    It's kind of like Iraq only with cowboys.;)

    Mike
    +1 on that!
  • Re: 1st Year with the Egg-Ultra Mega Ginormous Picture Post

    Dammit man, some of the best food I have seen.  You are an inspiration to me, and many others I'm sure.  <wiping drool from my chin>

    Food porn for sure!
  • Re: Any advice for my first attempt at spare ribs?

    http://www.amazingribs.com
    is where I got my best info on ribs.  Nobody knows ribs like meat head!

    The only time I foil my ribs is NEVER!  They get steamed when you do that, and will entirely fall off the bone and IMHO that does not make the best eating experience.  I love the bark on the ribs and find when I wrap in foil, that softens the bark and makes them a bit mushy and too tender.  Again, this is my preference, you need to experiment and cook the way YOU want and like your meat.  If you don't succeed, try another method you read about.  Someday, you will hit that PERFECT combo you like. I have wrapped in foil, wrapped in towel, and them dropped in cooler which also works if you want to keep them nice and hot and fresh for a few hours before serving.  Some say dropping in the cooler is good enough.  Try it, figure it out, you'll never regret the journey!
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