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Sunday's Rib Action/Results

Big Murth
Big Murth Posts: 350
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Just to share results of yesterday's Babyback cook, that was simple and low maintenance, while I struggled mightily with the assembly of an entertainment center (give me 3 bicycles and a Ken & Barbie Dream House any day):
Just a couple of smallish slabs I picked up on sale, and they were first coated with JJ's Rub on Saturday, then early Sunday morning coated with some yellow mustard and an additional dusting of JJ's.
Per Tim M's recommendation, combined with Jim Slotterback's higher temperature recipe for b-backs, I used an inverted plate setter with drip-pan, mix of apple and hickory, and cooked for 3.5 hours at a range of 300-325, turning once an hour, and the last 1/2 hour painted them with some Williams Sonoma KC style BBQ sauce (trying to get rid of what's accumulating on the shelves)---10 minute rest under foil, and the wife and girls were clamoring for more. I would have preferred some more heat in the sauce, but it was simple and low-hassle while I was grappling with other activities. Easy method, and better than expected results. Bon Eggetit! Big Murth