The marinade I used was just a basic one
The rub I'm using is from amazing ribs which I will sprinkle tomorrow.
The Marinade has a lot of Acid. You are going to need some Sweet in the Rub and Foiling additions if you plan to foil. I will be interested in the final resulting flavor profile...JJ
I am wondering. what do you call way to over done? Ribs are done a long time before they are tender. The foil breaks down the tissue to make it tender The last hour on the smoker firms them back up.
I like it when someone reachs for one and only comes back with a bone.
If momma aint happy
Sounds good...so do you feel the marinade technique made a big difference, and will you be doing it that way again?
Marinated them overnight? I marinate mine for 24 to 36 hours. Then rinse them off the day for I smoke them, apply Honey as the glue for my rub, then wrap in Plastic wrap and put them in the fridge overnight. Next day, I take them out, unwrap them and let them stay on the counter until the smoker is up and ready, about 45 minutes to an hour later. Then I smoke @ 225 degrees, the 3 - 2 - 1 method. when foiling I add an Apple juice-cider Vinegar mixture (80/20). when the come out of the foil, they are falling apart. I put them back in the rack, back in the smoker and apply full smoke again, then about 20 minutes later and every 15 minutes for that last while, I add BBQ sauce.
People who have both been to the local ribfest and have had my ribs, say mine are much tastier and better,