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post #21 of 33
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Originally Posted by Disco View Post
 

 

Thanks, Gary. I appreciate the point!

 

That is very kind, Ben! I do like my ribs.

Har! I have to admit, I like them both ways, too. However this way pleases She Who Must Be Obeyed and I am a coward.

hahaha!!!! I know exactly what you mean!!

post #22 of 33
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

Nice looking disco. Reminded me of the cured maple glazed ribs of yours long ago.

 

Great looking meal.

 

Actually, I have a couple of friends coming up from Montana next week and I am going to subject them try an idea on them, cured Char Sui Ribs. How bad could they be?

 

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Originally Posted by LanceP View Post

Yes, Yes, all of the above, those ribs look fantastic!! I've done the maple/sauce glaze on my last two racks absolutely love it.

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Thanks for the kind words and the point, Lance. Sweet and ribs do go together don't they?

post #23 of 33
Well, you've got us all going out for Maple syrup LOL!
Planning 3 racks of BBs for the kids & grandkids on Sunday. At least one of them will get the Maple treatment.
Kudos, Disco, as always!
Dan
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post #24 of 33
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Well, you've got us all going out for Maple syrup LOL!
Planning 3 racks of BBs for the kids & grandkids on Sunday. At least one of them will get the Maple treatment.
Kudos, Disco, as always!
Dan
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Very kind, SM. I think kids would love the extra touch of sweet.

post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by Disco View Post
 

 

Actually, I have a couple of friends coming up from Montana next week and I am going to subject them try an idea on them, cured Char Sui Ribs. How bad could they be?

 

 

 

Ya know, I had thought about some Char Sui Sow belly, cooked as Crackling Pork. 

 

Your's sounds much better

post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

 

Ya know, I had thought about some Char Sui Sow belly, cooked as Crackling Pork. 

 

Your's sounds much better

I don't know. That sounds awfully good.

post #27 of 33
I don't know why, but I'm late to this party. Those are some awesome looking ribs. The finish is great. My family and friends prefer sweet over heat. You can bet that I'll be trying some Maple Syrup.

Keep 'em coming, Disco. Always trying to learn, Joe. points.gif
post #28 of 33
Hey Joe, absolutely try it, it's awesome!! I actually tried a little bit ago after you posted about mixing honey in with your sauce for your glaze. I'm not a huge fan of honey and I figured the maple would go well with my bourbon sauce. I will be doing this from now on grilling_smilie.gif
post #29 of 33
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I don't know why, but I'm late to this party. Those are some awesome looking ribs. The finish is great. My family and friends prefer sweet over heat. You can bet that I'll be trying some Maple Syrup.

Keep 'em coming, Disco. Always trying to learn, Joe. points.gif

 

Har! Thanks for the point, Joe. By the way, we're all trying to learn!

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Hey Joe, absolutely try it, it's awesome!! I actually tried a little bit ago after you posted about mixing honey in with your sauce for your glaze. I'm not a huge fan of honey and I figured the maple would go well with my bourbon sauce. I will be doing this from now on grilling_smilie.gif

Maple and bourbon? Sounds great!

post #30 of 33

That glaze is beautiful my friend. Point! B

post #31 of 33
I used your glaze idea and also used maple and hickory smoke. I only went 1:1 on the maple/bbq sauce but these came out amazing. Thanks for the idea

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post #32 of 33

3 Days Late & $5 Short !!!

 

Looks Awesome, Disco!!:drool-----------:points:

 

Mighty Tasty!:drool

 

 

Bear

post #33 of 33
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That glaze is beautiful my friend. Point! B

Thanks, Brian! I do like sweet ribs.

 

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Originally Posted by desertsubi View Post

I used your glaze idea and also used maple and hickory smoke. I only went 1:1 on the maple/bbq sauce but these came out amazing. Thanks for the idea

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Glad you liked it! I love that you went to your own tastes!

 

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3 Days Late & $5 Short !!!

 

Looks Awesome, Disco!!:drool-----------:points:

 

Mighty Tasty!:drool

 

 

Bear

Har! Thanks, Bear. I find it hard to keep it up with all the posts so I appreciate you took the time to stop by!

 

Disco

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