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Weber Genesis w/smoker Baby Back ribs & Bacon (for da beans).

post #1 of 7
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My first attempt at Baby Back Ribs.

The uncured Bacon was an after thought to smoke and add to the BBQed Beans.

 

 

Ready to slice and serve!

 

post #2 of 7

Looks awesome! Nice job! 

 

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post #3 of 7

Is it me or is that the BIGGEST slab of Babyback ribs in the world?

post #4 of 7
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OMG I just showed the post to the Wifie and She said "dumb azz those were spare ribs ya did, and they were darn good"

So now I have to sit in the corner with the DA hat on!

 

 

This was the pic that I should have posted!

 

  • Thanks and Nice catch Bama BBQ!
post #5 of 7

LOL.  I hear ya Bro.  They look fantastic no matter what kinda ribs they are!

post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by ManzWood View Post
 

OMG I just showed the post to the Wifie and She said "dumb azz those were spare ribs ya did, and they were darn good"

So now I have to sit in the corner with the DA hat on!

 

 

This was the pic that I should have posted!

 

  • Thanks and Nice catch Bama BBQ!

 

 

I think the faulty memory and confusion about your ribs has something to do with what kind of chips you been burnin' in the Weber. :33: You try to tell me it's Manzanita, but there is another thing that is smoked that starts with an "M" that causes confusion and memory lapses52.gif:biggrin:

 

Lookin' good my friend, and keep smokin!

post #7 of 7
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Ya?  I also heard that the "other stuff" makes everything taste like Cheetos!

 

Hummm smoked Cheetos, now theres something to ponder...NOT

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