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Baby Backs With Plum Jelly Marinade W/Qview

post #1 of 12
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I got the smokin' jitters and pulled out a rack from the freezer that I bought cheap.



$1.99 a pound. That was a steal since they are almost 4 dollars a pound.



Here they are marinated with syrup, plum jelly, garlic powder and lemon pepper. I will baste with Youshidas' teriyaki as I go.

6 hours later and on the smoker.



Smoker at 225' and will probably do a 2 - 2 -0 and finish tomorrow.

Thanks for watching.

Ron
post #2 of 12
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About 2 hours in and a few mops with Yoshidas teriyaki and they are looking good.



Foiling soon.

Thanks for watching.
Ron
post #3 of 12
yumm looking good ron-nice job
post #4 of 12
The look really good Ron! funny thing is I saw that yoshidas for the first time today I did not buy it I think I will try it now after seeing your bb's
post #5 of 12
Nice BB's Ron. You're right, 1.99 is a steal.
post #6 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks, Bob.

Thanks Kelly.
I have always used Kikkomans even in the restaurant, by the gallon.
At first I didn't like this stuff for cooking as it is real thick. But for BBQ ing and smoking it is great.

Thanks, I wish I had more.



Right before foiling.




I added a small amount of apple juice and closed it up.




Ready for the fridge. Nice pull back.

These will be finished on the Weber Gas tonight with sauce.

Thanks for watching.

More to come.
post #7 of 12
Wow 199 for BBs. Nice. Those are looking great. What kind of sauce do you plan on using to finish? I love good ribs. :)
post #8 of 12
Nice looking BB's Ron...what time did you say dinner was?
post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks, I'll just concot something using K C Masterpiece as a base with brown sugar and maybe some teriyki, garlic and tabasco.


Thanks, in about 2 hours.

I'll post the plated food at that time.

More to come.

Thanks for watching.
post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 

Final Pic



They were very tender, fall off the bone a little more than I wanted. The meat was moist and the sauce very thick and stuck to the rib.

The darkness was from Yashiddas teriyaki marinade and some brown sugar. They had a very thick bark also from the marinade and sauce.

Thanks for watching.

Ron
post #11 of 12
those ribs look so very fine!!!!! great job ron. tha plum sounds real interesting. thanks for sharing!!!
post #12 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks, buddy. That is an interesting combination. Sweet, salty, and since the plum is tart, a little tart.
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