Spare Ribs

Discussion in 'Pork' started by bbq jedi, Aug 30, 2014.

  1. bbq jedi

    bbq jedi Fire Starter

    I'm doing some Spare Ribs on my MES 40 today. I have a new rub and sauce I want to try. It's called THE BBQ Rub and THE BBQ SAUCE from Killer Hogs. I'm going to use cherry wood.
  2. crscopenhagen

    crscopenhagen Newbie

    Thought I'd try the baby back ribs sandwich from an email I got a few weeks ago... Here are the the pics.
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2014
  3. Looks great!!  Bet chewing through those bones is a Bitc# though [​IMG]
  4. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Jedi , hello . How are you going to cook your Spares , heat , wrapped in foil during some of the process ,or un-foiled the entire trip [​IMG]

    More info. and Q-view , patiently waiting ...

    Have fun and . . .
  5. bbq jedi

    bbq jedi Fire Starter

    I must say I love this rub and sauce! I put them in for 3 hours and I used a mop every 45 mins. After 3 hours I wrapped them. I put butter, brown sugar and honey in the foil with them. I checked them at 1 hour and 30 mins to see how tender they were and they weren't quite how I wanted them. I stuck them back in for 20 more mins and then they were right were I wanted them tender wise. So 1 hour and 40 mins wrapped total and then I put a glaze on them and stuck them back in for 30 more minutes to get a good smoky flavor on the glaze and let the glaze carmalize some. They came out a little darker than I wanted them but all in all they had some really good flavor and were
    moist. They look darker in this picture than they really are.
    Last edited: Aug 30, 2014
  6. Looks good, what temp were you running on the smoker?  I picked some up tonight, and might try the butter brown sugar foil wrap.
  7. bbq jedi

    bbq jedi Fire Starter

    I cooked them at 235.
  8. crscopenhagen

    crscopenhagen Newbie

    Pulled the bones out mano,
  9. That's some fine looking ribs.

    Happy smoken.


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