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Home Made Rib Rack

post #1 of 8
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Hi there

 

Been a way for a week or so so just caching up on some smoking....

 

Thought you might like to see a couple of pix of my home made Rib Rack made from a cheap cooling rack from a supermarket with the wires bent up - - takes 4 at a push if you hold it steady !

 

 

post #2 of 8

Great idea Mark - I guess the thicker the rack the more stable they will be.

post #3 of 8
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Yep- worked okay though - safely cooked 4 - now in oven under foil

 

didn't have any apple juice for spraying but had some grape juice so used that !  

post #4 of 8
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Came out fine - not everyone's taste smothered in dark sauce but that's the way I like em :-)
post #5 of 8

Nice rack (never thought I would say that to a guy)  The ribs look good.  I switch back and forth from dry to wet depending upon my mood.  I do love a good sauce.  :yahoo: 

post #6 of 8
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Here's me doing my Rembrant bit with the sauce :-)
post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

Great idea Mark - I guess the thicker the rack the more stable they will be.

BTW Wade froze the other 3 after cooking - got them in the fridge and cooled them a bit then wrapped in foil and straight in freezer The other one I left in the fridge and reheated for 30 mins on Gas grill at around 150 c then painted with sauce several times for another 15 mins. Think the longer reheating time at lower tempas you suggested on another post was better
post #8 of 8

Hello Mark.  Great lookin ribs.  That's the proper way to do it; if you like the sauce, then slather it on those ribs.  My Missus likes them covered in sauce.  Keep Smokin!

Danny

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