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Country style ribs W/Qview

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The wife has been craving some country style ribs for a while now, so since they went on sale this week I decided to smoke some up for her and a few friends.

Didn't have time to do it overnight, but I did brine them in a basic salt, sugar, onion, bay leaf, garlic and peppercorn bine for about 5 hours.

Patted the ribs dry, coated them with my all-around rub, fired up the gosm and got busy. Very windy day here on the east coast, so it was a bit of a challenge keeping the temp consistent.

Had a lot of different size ribs, so I went with a modified 3-2-1...went 2-1/2....1-1/2.....1/2. Keft the temp at about 230-250. Got a little TBS going.

Foiled after 2-1/2 hours

Out of the foil after 1-1/2 hours and finish on the Ducane to firm up a bit, and slather them with my Blackjack BBQ Sauce

Done deal...buddy Norm would like to tell you they were good, but his mouth's still full. All in all, a very nice afternoon.
post #2 of 5
Nice job on the ribs Hoser, they looked like they turned out great!
Never tried brining ribs before, I brine my birds all of the time but I'll have to give some ribs a try that way PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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Looks like you done a great job, those ribs look mighty tasty...PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
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Really nice smoke, looks like everyone enjoyed the day.PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #5 of 5
Looks like another great job there hoser. Everyone looks full and happy so good job and keep it up.
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