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baby backs a day ahead

uncledave Posts: 90
edited January 2012 in Pork
I have been tasked to make ribs for my son-in-laws birthday. He wants them Thursday night. I will need to cook them Wednesday. How should I go about re-heating them? I have 5 slabs of baby backs I am going to do.


  • stike
    stike Posts: 15,597
    cook completely, reheat in foil either on his gasser or in a low oven.  i bring a HD foil tray with foil lid.  ribs in it, maybe add a little beer or water (not really needed, and doesn't do anything but smell good).  the wet environment may help it heat a little faster, but not to any great extent

    you can alternately cook completely, but leave off sauce (if sauce is your thing).  then reheat while adding sauce on his grill
    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante