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baby back ribs?

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Not familiar with th 3 2 1 method but I believe its 3 hours smoke 2 foiled and 1 uncovered with sauce is the correct? If it is will it make the sauce a nice sticky texture aftercan hour?
post #2 of 9
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Does anyone have a good sweet and spice sauce for baby backs.
post #3 of 9

You got it man..... Time to get your RIB on !

post #4 of 9
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When I foil to I put liquid in the foil? Ill be bbq at 240 to 250
post #5 of 9

Or you can spread brown sugar, honey, and butter down on both side of the ribs, foil and put back on  for 2 hrs. Then un-foil, and put back on for one more hour with some sauce on them.

 

I'm doing spares right now and doing the 3 2 1 method. 

post #6 of 9
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Cool thanks I'm trying some realy weird things lol. 3 racks 3 diffrent rubs not surehow tthat's guna go off but nothing ventured nothing gained lol. I'm doing a mandarine habinaro on 1 a sweet rub on another and belive it or not a caribiean key lime. I know it would be good on chicken or fish but what the heck lol
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Dam my pellet grill only has low med and high. Before on low it cooked between 240 and 250. Now thectemp is reading 200 on low. Should I turn it up or just exstend the 3 2 1? On med it would be about 300 to 350
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Originally Posted by Philip69 View Post

Does anyone have a good sweet and spice sauce for baby backs.

I use Earl Campbells Rib Rub. Cabellas used to sell it but now I have to get my sister in Texas to get it for me or order from web site.And for ribs I add some Cherry Jello Powder to the rub for added sweetness. smoke with cherry wood. Everyone loves them.

 

http://www.earlcampbellmeatproducts.com/product.asp?ProductID=49310

post #9 of 9

3-2-1 is for spares. I heard 2-2-1 is good for babys.

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