Baby Back Ribs (2nd attempt)

Discussion in 'Pork' started by mcloven1t, Jul 13, 2014.

  1. mcloven1t

    mcloven1t Smoke Blower Group Lead

    What's Up Strangers?!  Been away from this site for quite awhile.

    Finally got around to buying a few racks of ribs from Costco.

    Used Applewood Rub on a few racks, and Sweet & Smokey (with Chipotle/Cinnamon) Rub on the rest. All by McCormick (favorite season brand lol)

    They sat in the fridge for about 6 hours, then had to cut them in half to fit nicely in my smoker.

    Went with the 2 - 1 - 1 method. 2 hours unwrapped, 1 hour wrapped, 1 more hour unwrapped, and bbq sauce lathered up at the last 30 minute mark.

    Enjoy the View :)  They came out awesome, tender, great smoke ring, and very flavorful.









     
  2. ishbbq

    ishbbq Fire Starter

    Nice job! I'd be hittin' those if I were there! [​IMG]
     
  3. knifebld

    knifebld Smoking Fanatic

    Look great to me bud, were they better then your first attempt?
     
  4. texasrob

    texasrob Fire Starter

    They look great!! Im a newbie at the smoking thing....if I may ask, why did you go 2-1-1 vs 2-2-1(thought 2-2-1 was the standard for babybacks)...did you do 2-2-1 on a prior attempt and feel they came out too mushy during the foil phase? Im just trying to gather different experiences from others. Thanks!

    -Rob
     
  5. mcloven1t

    mcloven1t Smoke Blower Group Lead

    Knifebld - A lot better, my 1st ones came out dry and stuck to the bone.
    These were moist and fall off the bone :)

    TexasRob - First time I did about 3 hours around 275 and no foil at all, they were plenty edible but I looked around and this was one of the methods. But yea some people do use the 2-2-1.
     
  6. aceoky

    aceoky Smoking Fanatic

    Those look awesome!!! Very well done!
     

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