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Hi Everyone,

 

I'm doing 5 slabs of baby backs for the 4th. I have to make an appearance at the father in laws for about 2 hours. If I smoke the ribs to get done just before I leave for the father in laws, should I keep them wrapped in foil in a coolor or maybe an oven set at it's lowest setting? or should I just smoke them in the morning and chill them. and sauce/reheat in the oven when I get back from my father in laws?

 

Thanks

HuskerRow

post #2 of 8

How long is the drive to the FIL's place?  2 hours?  Or do you have to be there for 2 hours?

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How long is the drive to the FIL's place?  2 hours?  Or do you have to be there for 2 hours?

 

driving to + hangout + driving home = 2 to 2.5 hours. He lives about 20 minute away.

post #4 of 8
Pork ribs are pretty easy to time. I'd smoke them in the morning so they'd be done about the time you have to leave. Wrap them in a double layer of HD foil and transport wrapped in towels in a cooler. Open and serve. They'll be hot and ready.
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Hi Everyone,

 

.... or should I just smoke them in the morning and chill them. and sauce/reheat in the oven when I get back from my father in laws?

 

Thanks

HuskerRow

 

This one^^^^^^, although reheating on a grill is my preference.

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This one^^^^^^, although reheating on a grill is my preference.

What's your process for reheating on the grill?

post #7 of 8

Husker, I did 6 racks for a fishing trip. Reheated on a hot charcoal grill, lightly sauced.

A minute or two on each side just to warm them up.

Worked well for me.

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What's your process for reheating on the grill?

 

Bone side down, medium or higher heat, about 10 minutes or until the sauce bubbles(if I want sauced ribs). YMMV.

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