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The CSR's came out OK.  A bit dry, but tasted good.

 

I'm Sure I'll do better next time))

 

JD



Did you spray them as they were smoking? I use a mixture of Apple Cider Vinegar and Makers Mark. Give them a good douse when getting ready to foil. Your only other choice is to lower your heat or adjust the cooking time. Maybe a 2-1-1 will work for you better.



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Still dry using "2-1.5-.5" ???

I wasn't expecting that.

 

 

Bear

 



 

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Did you spray them as they were smoking? I use a mixture of Apple Cider Vinegar and Makers Mark. Give them a good douse when getting ready to foil. Your only other choice is to lower your heat or adjust the cooking time. Maybe a 2-1-1 will work for you better.


I would have thought "2-1-1" would be more Dry than 2-1.5-.5.

 

Bear

 

post #64 of 76

Great looking CSR's bear!! I was thinking of trying those myself after paying what I payed for those baby backs I did on Wednesday!

post #65 of 76

Looking good in Bear Country Ribs! I'd tear them up

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Great looking CSR's bear!! I was thinking of trying those myself after paying what I payed for those baby backs I did on Wednesday!


Thank You Much!

 


 

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Looking good in Bear Country Ribs! I'd tear them up


Thanks Buddy!

Nice Avatar!----What are those things chasing that little kitty?

They'll never catch him!

 

 

Bear

 
post #67 of 76
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I would have thought "2-1-1" would be more Dry than 2-1.5-.5.

 

Bear

 

 

 LOL, you're right. Should have had 2-1-.5 icon_redface.gif
 

 

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 LOL, you're right. Should have had 2-1-.5 icon_redface.gif
 

 

OK Thanks!

 

Probably somewhere in the area of 2-1-.5 and 2-1.5-.5, depending on the marbling & thickness.

Other than this 3-2-1 batch being a little dry, it was fine. That was definitely tooooo long.

 

 

Bear


 

 

post #69 of 76

I'll have to try wrapping them sometime. I usually don't and have never had any complaints. We eat a lot of csr's at home. cheap way for daddy to feed his addiction. Those do look good Bear, nice job!! 

post #70 of 76

looks great

post #71 of 76
Looks really good Bear! Some good Q View!! I'll have to pick some of those up sometime this summer and give it a try. biggrin.gif
post #72 of 76
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Thanks a lot guys (Four, Uga, and Big)!

 

 

Bear

post #73 of 76

Looks very goodLooks-Great.gif

 

post #74 of 76
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Thank You Fife!

 

 

Bear

post #75 of 76

I was thumbing through your Step by steps and saw  this one, I do quite a bit of CSR's but may try your recipe.

 

They look fantastic   points1.png

 

 

Gary

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I was thumbing through your Step by steps and saw  this one, I do quite a bit of CSR's but may try your recipe.

 

They look fantastic   points1.png

 

 

Gary


Thank You Gary!!

 

The biggest thing with these is depending on how thick they are, you have to watch you don't dry them out, because each piece gets heat from all sides, instead of just top & bottom, like a rack of ribs.

 

And Thanks for the Points!!

 

Bear

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