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Country Style Ribs...wow

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Cooked my first CSRs today. Won't be the last. Cooked them in a pan in my Vision. Between 225 and 250 for 2 hours, foil and add some Apple juice back on for 1.5 hours, unfoil and glaze and back on for an hour. Some of the best ribs I have ever had.
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Hmmmm didn't happen with out pictures :)

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Ready to go on the smoker with Bone Suckin Rub and brown sugar
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Finished product ready to eat
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They sure look good!
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dang it.. they look good... question though... doesn't cooking in a pan for the first 2 hours defeat the purpose of putting in a smoker ?
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Not at all. I just use disposable aluminum pans and cook uncovered. Got that tip from Myron Mixon. He cook almost all his competition meats that way. Keeps the juices in and keeps the meat moist and tender. Cleanup takes 5 minutes too.
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Did you turn the ribs over at some point to expose all sides to the smoke?

 

Those sure look good!

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Originally Posted by JckDanls 07 View Post

dang it.. they look good... question though... doesn't cooking in a pan for the first 2 hours defeat the purpose of putting in a smoker ?

 

I agree, not at all. I do rotate the ribs around though.  Beefies here

 

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Looks nice. Hope you guys take out Oregon this week!
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Originally Posted by Volsfan View Post

Not at all. I just use disposable aluminum pans and cook uncovered. Got that tip from Myron Mixon. He cook almost all his competition meats that way. Keeps the juices in and keeps the meat moist and tender. Cleanup takes 5 minutes too.

sausage.gif I am a FAN of the PAN!
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