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post #21 of 26

Some ribs I cooked this weekend
post #22 of 26

going to try the 3-2-1 method tomorrow on 6 racks of baby backs, wil post the pics and let you know how mine turn out. thanks for the tips!

post #23 of 26

For Baby Backs I do a 4-1-1  For the wrap I use Brown Sugar, Honey and Butter. Awesome results.




post #24 of 26

Ya , know, there are so many ways to do your Smoking . I suggest starting a "Log Book" of your Smoke and include everything you can about each and every Smoke .


This gives you a good base to learn the craft... Practice makes perfect in anything you do , and this is no different.


Do things Your way and improve on it each time . You'll be amazed how soon you will improve your game...


Just for example , I never foil my Ribs , cook @ 225*F , watching my fire all along keeping a steady temp., no therms. on my Ribs , and I do not open the Lid until I feel they are done (you too can learn this , but it takes practice , as mentioned.)


Here's how a "Naked " Rib ( Rub only) looks like from my Smoker:

 I like a "bite off the bone Rib " and I have no teeth and can eat these easily... but if you like the Fall off the Bone Ribs , then by all means , do them your way...


Have a great time , and as always . . .

post #25 of 26

First time doing baby backs, usually do just spare.
post #26 of 26

Smoked a 5 lb. race of baby back ribs on an MES 40 at 225 with the 3-2-1 method and found them to be dry.  Next time I think I'll try the 2-2-1 method to see if there is a difference.

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