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post #41 of 49

Then you know what soured bagass smells like ! LOL

post #42 of 49

Making a rack of these tomorrow!  Going to do a traditional rack of KC rubbed and then do these bad boys.  I gave them a light rub with my normal rub, but before that I used a little cinnamon/sugar combo.  As many know, that tends to be the 'secret' ingredient to some people's delicious creations and I thought the sweet flavor couldn't hurt with the fact that I'm adding maple glaze!

 

I am hoping to post some Q View tomorrow while i'm in the process.  I take the 2-2-1 route with an Electric smoker.  I'll let ya'll know how it comes out!

 

Does it get any better than a fall day with smoke rollin and some sort of delicious meat inside!?  Man, i'm excited for fall, that's my real smoking season!

post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by cschneider27 View Post
 

Making a rack of these tomorrow!  Going to do a traditional rack of KC rubbed and then do these bad boys.  I gave them a light rub with my normal rub, but before that I used a little cinnamon/sugar combo.  As many know, that tends to be the 'secret' ingredient to some people's delicious creations and I thought the sweet flavor couldn't hurt with the fact that I'm adding maple glaze!

 

I am hoping to post some Q View tomorrow while i'm in the process.  I take the 2-2-1 route with an Electric smoker.  I'll let ya'll know how it comes out!

 

Does it get any better than a fall day with smoke rollin and some sort of delicious meat inside!?  Man, i'm excited for fall, that's my real smoking season!

 

One thing that is better is when people change a recipe a bit and make it even better! I am really anxious to hear how your variation comes out and I am looking forward to the post.

 
Disco
post #44 of 49

I just came across your Maple Glazed Ribs.  I'm a sucker for any pork with maple/brown sugar mix and anything else to enhance the flavor. Can't wait to fire the grill up.  It's getting a little cooler here now in Minnesota but still hope to have a couple good months of grilling season yet this year.  Thanks for posting your recipe.

post #45 of 49
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I just came across your Maple Glazed Ribs.  I'm a sucker for any pork with maple/brown sugar mix and anything else to enhance the flavor. Can't wait to fire the grill up.  It's getting a little cooler here now in Minnesota but still hope to have a couple good months of grilling season yet this year.  Thanks for posting your recipe.

 

Thanks so much for the kind words. I hope you enjoy it!

 

Disco

post #46 of 49
You could put maple syrup on a flip flop and I'd eat it! Looking forward to seeing those ribs. grilling_smilie.gif
post #47 of 49

Disco - those sound and look amazing. Maple glazed ribs just took a very high spot on my list of things to try.

post #48 of 49
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You could put maple syrup on a flip flop and I'd eat it! Looking forward to seeing those ribs. grilling_smilie.gif

 

They were good!

 

Disco

post #49 of 49
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Originally Posted by ameskimo1 View Post
 

Disco - those sound and look amazing. Maple glazed ribs just took a very high spot on my list of things to try.

 

Thanks for the kind words. I hope you like them as much as we do.

 

Disco

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