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Variation of Rib Recipe...Great Results

George T.George T. Posts: 13
edited 1:09AM in EggHead Forum
Fellow BGE'ers. I recently was in Memphis and had great ribs from a place called The Commissary. I asked them how they cooked them. Pretty standard stuff except that when they add their sauce at the end they put more smoke to em. [p]Tonight I did a variation of the 3,2,1 method. I always put my sauce on for the last 30 minutes at which time I threw on some Jack Daniels Chips for some fresh smoke. May have been best ribs ever....I guess the sauce holds some of the smoke flavor. Give it a try next time you do your ribs and let me know if you agree.[p]If you got'em smoke'em!


  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    George T.,[p]Nice tip. Seems that the moist sauce would attract extra smoke. Memphis ribs.... I miss my days when I lived near Detroit. If you didn't get shot at while going "downtown" there were some realllllllly good rib joints up there that made some really wonderful ribs. [p]Tim
  • George T.,
    Next time you do MIM go to Cozy Corner for their ribs and cornish hens. I don't think I have ever had better Q at a commercial place. Food and Wine rated it number 2 in the country several years back. Tough neighborhood so daytime dining only but well worth it. It is a very short drive from the fairgrounds. Once you eat there you never forget the flavor and guality

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