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Did some yesterday following the 2-2-1 method and they never seemed to get tender and they were kind of dry. I have done St. Louis cut ribs a few times and they were great. Moist, tender, and cheaper than baby backs. Anyone else prefer St. Louis cuts? Or should I keep trying with the baby backs. I did them at 225 with water pan and basted them before foiling. Any thoughts?
post #2 of 5
I have only cooked baby backs once, but had good luck with them. Baby's IMOA have less meat and are harder to check the temp on than slabs, so it is possible that at that temp you could have over cooked and dried them before wrapping. Did you add any moisture when wrapping them, dried them with too long on step #3. My .02 worth.
post #3 of 5
Yellow mustard and rub. Wrap up overnight. I do mine at 225-250 degrees for (2.5 - 3) - 2 -1. When you wrap them up in foil, give a good spritzing of apple juice and seal em tight. after the 2 hrs, unwrap, baste with bbq sauce (or whatever use use), and back in the smoker for the last hr. This always works for me and they are tasty. PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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When I do Babies, I usually smoke at 225-240 and the first stage is about 2 hours and 40 minutes. I let it go longer if the meat is not pulled back from the end of the bones at least 1/4 inch. Stage 2 is about 1 hour 20 minutes, with apple juice in the foil with the babies. Stage 3 is usually about 45 minutes, and I glaze with a BBQ sauce thinned with apple juice. Have had good results with these timings.

Hope this helps.

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post #5 of 5
Possibly still too much time. I do more like 2.5-1.5-.5 Depends on the thickness of the meat. Sometimes 2.5-2-.5
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