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First time cutting St. Louis style, Thanks Thirdeye!

SouthOfI10SouthOfI10 Posts: 213
edited 3:27PM in EggHead Forum
I went this morning and got a slab of spare ribs. Cut them down to St. Louis per Thirdeye's instructions along with some Jamaican Firewalk. Plan to take them over to a friends later this afternoon. That little piece there in front won't be making the trip....[p]DSC00745.jpg[p]What y'all got cooking this fine January day?[p]


  • HermHerm Posts: 206
    SouthOfI10,[p]I've got 2 butts on right now. They've been going all night. Current internal is 170. I'll be packing them up for some tailgating tomorrow afternoon!
    gonna throw on some ABTs whenever the pork comes off.

  • thirdeyethirdeye Posts: 7,428
    SouthOfI10,[p]I told you it was easier than you think...looks like you are a pro already. Good idea on the sampler, I do the same thing. Heheee.[p]~thirdeye~

    Happy Trails

    Barbecue is not rocket surgery
  • BigTBigT Posts: 385
    SouthOfI10,[p]I just mixed some brown sugar / kosher salt brine for 3 packs of boneless/skinless/nofunofanykind chicken breasts that I'll grill/portion/freeze while the Chiefs (pretty please) whup the Dolts.[p]Then I'll probably thaw a spiny lobster tail or two for dinner and the Dallas-Seattle game. If I can remember to get by Home Depot I will try them cedar planked...[p]Pictures if I remember...[p]Big T[p]

  • DarnocDarnoc Posts: 2,661
    Lookin good. Thirdeye is a good cook and gives lots of great info on the forum.Man it is like summertime in Baltimore, like 72 degrees outside at noon time.Doing boneless chicken breast halves Parmesan for brunch.Surf and turf for dinner(strip steak/shrimp).Have a great day.

  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Thank you for pointing out Thirdeye`s tips. I was going to ask about trimming myself. I have done it in the past but it`s been a while...been doing loin backs for years and really want to revisit some spares.....Got brisket goin right now.[p]Wess

  • SouthOfI10,
    were can i find Thirdeye's instruction on cutting them down. They look fanatic!!!

  • Grasshooper,
    allow me:

    [ul][li]spare rib prep[/ul]
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