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  • Re: Baby Backs?

    Ribs are a little like having babies......they are born around the world in hospitals, houses, tents, huts, so and so forth. Pain medicine or not, mothers have babies in all kind of conditions and situations. Guess what...most grow up to be adults, no matter what.

    Foil, no foil, low and slow, turbo, sweet rubs and sauce, wet or dry, memphis style, so on and so forth. Let's face it, cooking ribs is one of those things that everyone has a way they do it and NONE of them are wrong. 

    In the end, do whatever you think gives the taste and texture you want and don't let folks tell you that what you are doing is wrong, cause it ain't!

    I bet everyone who has commented in this thread makes great ribs....period.

    Springram
    Spring, Texas
  • Re: yet another Ozark Oak ...

    Mr. Henapple,

    You helped us with our "stuff" when we arrived for the Frdiay "before party".  When someone does that for people without being asked, it indicates a really great guy. It makes makes me think of you very highly...kind of like I think of a giraffes's ass but......:<)      Thanks so much.

    BTW, I smoke Torano Exodus Gold cigars..I could not remember Friday night thanks to my Wild Turkey 101.

    Springram
    Spring, Teaxs
  • Re: What did you get for Christmas?

    Ten bags of Rockwood charcoal, welding gloves from the Ceramic Grill Store and a Cuisinart electric knife. 


    Springram
    Spring, Texas
  • Re: Naked Ham A New Way (for me)

    I am having dry cleaned for Salado.


    Springram
    Spring, Texas
  • Re: Lump

    Bamapetey said:

    Anyone ever try John Henry. I've used it for a couple of years and by far my favorite! It is a 75% OAK AND 25% hickory mixed lump. Always have a hint of hickory.

    I buy it at the John Henry mothership store in Houston. $15 for 20 lb bag. Nice price and pretty good charcoal.

    Springram
    Spring, Texas
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