Battle Ribs in the Yoder YS640

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hoagiehut

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I thought I would throw my entry in. I tried my hand at some no wrap Beef and Baby Backs ribs. Turned out pretty good. Well, at least the family ate them all up. First time using Meat Church: Holy Gospel and Honey Hog BBQ. Both were very "crowd pleasing". (also tried a peach rub from the Loveless Cafe... good if you like that sort of thing)

Here's proof it happened. :-)

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Looks good. Did you use honey hog on the beef? Reminds me I need to order more honey hog.
 
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Looks like a damn fine cook, ribs look killer. Honey Hog is awesome on ribs, I just the last of mine on some baby backs last weekend. I too love my Yoder.

Dave
 
Looks good. Did you use honey hog on the beef? Reminds me I need to order more honey hog.
I used the honey hog on the baby backs (with a few ribs sprinkled with the peach). Holy Gospel on the beef ribs. I really liked the honey hog. The Holy Gospel were great and was a big departure from straight salt and pepper. I think there is room for both in my arsenal.
 
My Yoder brother from another mother.... The ribs looks fantastic. I too love the Meat Church rubs. I know they had to be great. Nice entry.
 
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