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What to do with Baby Backs Drippings?

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I smoked 4 racks of baby's this weekend. I have a bunch of dripping I have saved. I skimmed off the grease. What are some uses with it? I just hate to throw it out.

Mike

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Originally Posted by woodman3 View Post

I smoked 4 racks of baby's this weekend. I have a bunch of dripping I have saved. I skimmed off the grease. What are some uses with it? I just hate to throw it out.

Mike

I like to save the drippings and cook them down a bit, then use them as a glaze for the ribs. But if the ribs have already been eaten...you could save the drippings for the next cook and use them in your foiling sauce

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The blaze is a good idea. It may be good on pork but also.
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Next time you smoke ribs, try catching all the drippings in a batch of Dutch's Wicked Baked Bean's Thumbs Up

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/50945/dutchs-wicked-baked-beans

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