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Raging River Ribs?

BBQBluesStringerBBQBluesStringer Posts: 398
edited 7:37AM in EggHead Forum
I'm doing a couple slabs and a butt to repay a neighbor that did me a big favor this week, and I have been thinking about ways to punch up the ribs a bit. Dizzy Pig's Raging River comes to mind, but I'm a little concerned that all the sugar will char and turn black over 5 hours in the egg. I've never been a big proponent of wrapping ribs, but I recently saw a recipe (link posted here I think) where the ribs got a second rub in the wrap phase of a 3-1-1.5. Now that mule might pull... The Raging River flavor would just be awesome on ribs. Anyone tried this or have some commentary on how to make it work?[p]Thanks! I'll be tossing the ribs on at about 11:00 EST today. ;-)[p]


  • ChuckChuck Posts: 812
    BBQBluesStringer,[p]Raging River is fantastic on ribs. Last weekend I did three slabs of spares coated with RR for almost 6 hours at 225° indirect, foiled for 30 minutes, then lightly sauced for 15 minutes. The RR held up well with no charing but I did everything indirect. Oh and my family said they were right up in the "best ribs ever" category.[p]Good luck.[p]Chuck
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