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Keep going back to ribs!

I seem to be cooking ribs at least once a least that's what it feels like.  Today 4 racks of baby backs.  Two with Emeril's rib rub that I really like, and two with a handmade rub from 'Neighbors by choice".  That Neighbors rub was bought today at a farmer's market in Brentwood (TN), the provider lives in Spring Hill TN.   Both look good so far, I am pretty sure the Neighbors will be the best tasting judging by the ingredients, rub look, and meeting the person who made the this will be a mostly subjective evaluation <g>.
Got 4 10lb bags of Royal Oak today from the local Wallmart, very inexpensive and good sized chunks, low powder.  Bad smoke cleared much faster than I was used to, about 15 minutes and things were perfect.
2.5 hours to go, gonna show more pics when it's done unless I have to much Bushmill's and forget!
no, not -that- one!


  • phoenix007phoenix007 Posts: 49
    Looks great!
  • jaydub58jaydub58 Posts: 2,130

    Whoa!  If your ribs look like that, I can see why you deep going back to them.


    John in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
  • JustacookinJustacookin Posts: 279
    I have been using RO also from Menards getting some real good bags and cheaper than dirt. Very nice looking ribs.
    XL & waiting for my Mini Max Bloomington MN.
  • Good lookin' ribs. I'm doing my first ever right now.
  • Good lookin' ribs. I'm doing my first ever right now.
    It is amazing how well this grill cooks ribs.  I'm sure yours will be a great success, it is relatively hard to mess things up (although I made some lackluster ribs early on, they were still good to eat).

    Switching to champagne from the Bushmill's now so that I can keep awake to eat and post...ha~
    no, not -that- one!
  • WoW!  Again!  Great flavor and texture.  I think I prefer the Emeril's, While my wife prefers the Neighbor by choice rub.  But I have been smoke infused over the last many hours and I will be able to better judge tomorrow.  Once again the BGE is the greatest!
    no, not -that- one!
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