Pork Ribs - QViews (Finished)

Discussion in 'Pork' started by okbeard1, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. okbeard1

    okbeard1 Fire Starter

    First ones were decent, but not as tender as I'd hoped.  After reading the forums for awhile, I'm ready to try again...Haven't done the country style yet, but why not?!!

    Starting point baby backs & country style


    Few of my favorite spices - Kansas City rub for the baby backs, Lone Star for the country style


    Sprinkled and Rubbed (have to remember to get me some gloves - or a nail brush!)



    Now wrapped and in the fridge to smoke TOMORROW - more Qviews to come [​IMG]
  2. ubekewl454

    ubekewl454 Fire Starter

    We will be waiting to see the final product...you are off to a great start.
  3. okbeard1

    okbeard1 Fire Starter

    Finished - Hubby said they are the best he's had.  I'll have to take his word for it, since I'm not a fan of pork ribs (but they did look good and I tasted the ends - my favorite part of anything smoked - and I thought it was good, too).  At this point, wouldn't change anything except add more spice on the ends - Husband doesn't do hot, but I think it would be great on them.

    Country style (this is after they were wrapped in foil for 2 hours - out of necessity), but they were very juicy and tasty!  The pork tenderloin was very moist too, wrapped it in two pieces of bacon per tenderloin, removed it from smoker at 148.


    The rack on top feel apart as I was moving them around (I took the out of the foil for the last 30 minutes)


    The family came home from church and devoured them, this is a slab that I sliced in pairs for my husband's lunch this week - the bones up front are the "extras" that fell out while I was cutting them up - nice and clean!

  4. mnjosh

    mnjosh Fire Starter

    Wow, they look great. Nice job
  5. meateater

    meateater Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member

    Nice looking ribs! [​IMG]

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