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Help falling off the bone ribs
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Help falling off the bone ribs
Tried the 3,2,1 st ribs today. Every thing was going great, UDS was holding 225. Pulled the ribs and foiled them with some butter and brown suger. When I unwrapped the ribs they were mushy and I even lost two bones taking them off the foil. We'll I stayed the course hoping they would firm up during the last hour, and they did a little, but not very much. What did I do wrong? One good thing, my ABTs were awesome!

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11-24-2013 06:57 PM
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Help falling off the bone ribs
I foil for an hour instead of two, un foil and cook until there where I want them. It's about an hour and a half most of the time.
11-24-2013 07:10 PM
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RE: Help falling off the bone ribs
Thanks I will try that next time, and thanks for cooking at the judge class a couple of weeks ago.

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11-24-2013 07:36 PM
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RE: Help falling off the bone ribs
Ya I have found 2 hours in the foil are to long. One should be plenty then an hour in the nude with sauce (glaze) 30 minutes before pulling.
Funny story here: Last ribs I did I used "Sticky Fingers" Carilina sauce for glaze. When I pulled them they would stick to anything....kinda like those spider glue cards.


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RE: Help falling off the bone ribs
Sorry Larry, but the image of you nude for an hour and then covered in sauce for 30 minutes was too much to bare! Wink

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RE: Help falling off the bone ribs
(11-24-2013 11:19 PM)SoEzzy Wrote:  Sorry Larry, but the image of you nude for an hour and then covered in sauce for 30 minutes was too much to bare! Wink

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