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pork loin boneless rib suggestions needed

Eggin in PeoriaEggin in Peoria Posts: 262
edited 2:29AM in EggHead Forum
I bought some country style boneless ribs. now what? Any good cooking suggestions out there?


  • Eggin in Peoria,[p]Here is one idea.[p]Pork, Ribs, Country Style

    My grandfather bought two or three Kamado grills in California back in the late 1950's. One of them was for my father, who used it to make ribs until water got into it and froze one winter, shattering the smoker about 1990 or so. It wasn't until 1998 that Dad found the BGE and got back to proper smoking. Dad's recipes were not as fancy and evolved as recipes get these days, with various rub recipes, brining, and a dozen other things we didn't know about (dad does do all that now). We didn't even have real charcoal then. But I would still stack my dad's country style ribs (which are of course more of a pork chop than a rib, really) against anybody, anywhere, who doesn't have a Kamado or BGE smoker. The advantage of this recipe is that it is fast, easy, the meat is ridiculously cheap and everyone, and I mean everyone, will love it.
    10 lb Country style pork ribs
    1 lb brown sugar
    1/2 cup salt
    5 cup BBQ sauce of your preference

    Preparation Directions:
    1 Mix the salt and brown sugar in a bowl. Put the ribs in one at a time and coat them with the mixture. Stack them up on a cookie sheet or similar.
    Cooking Directions:
    1 Fill the BGE to the top of the fire ring with lump charcoal. Add any wood chips to your taste. I usually mix them up with the lump. Preheat the egg to 200-220 degrees. Place the ribs on the grid. Leave the temperature at this range for 2 hours, then turn the ribs. Additional turns at your discretion. Cook the ribs for at least 3.5 hours, but 4.5 would be better and 6 would be excellent. One hour before the ribs are done, coat the top of the ribs with your barbeque sauce. Allow that to dry on a bit for half an hour or so, flip the ribs, and coat the other side. Cook for the final 30 minutes, remove the ribs and allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.

    Recipe Type
    Main Dish, Meat

    Recipe Source
    Author: Gerard Knorr [email protected][p]Source: BGE Forum, Gerard Knorr, 08/01/07


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