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Cured and smoked pork ribs

ahakohda

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Single rack was halved and wet cured 7 days ago.
Smoked 6 hours at 180F with apple pellets.
Highly recommend you to at least try to cook it once
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Looks great! They are really good that way, been thinking I need to do more of them again!

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Looks very good! It’s something I have on my to do list.
 

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I have Cured ribs many times, though I don't use a wet cure on much of anything anymore. They always turn out really tasty. :)
 

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Sure look Pretty. They are a nice change from the usual Smoked Ribs..JJ
 

DRKsmoking

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These look and sound great
Doing cherry glaze ribs today, wish I had thought about this a week or so ago.
I might half to take out more and put them in a dry cure for next week.
Thanks for showing this

David
 

bauchjw

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Wow! They look amazing, you got me convinced. Thank you for sharing!
 

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Those look awesome!
Nicely done!!
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Looks Great----Been awhile since I did some "Bacon-On-A-Stick"!!
Even Mrs Bear Loves that !!
Like.

Bear
 

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ahakohda ahakohda guided me with my first Bacon on a stick, and they were tremendously successful! I scored the St Louis ribs for $1.67/lb., so double score! They were the star at Thanksgiving with the in-laws.

I have these on tonight, about 4.5 hours in at 160 - 170 on the CC. And now I'm seeing these black spots randomly, and especially on the rib tips. Try to smudge it and there's really nothing there, maybe a little ash. Is it sugar burning?

I'm cutting these into portions for gifts, so not liking the look!

Rick
 

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ahakohda

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I don’t want to call it bone marrow but its definitely that substance inside the bone. Maybe mixed with some blood residue.
I’ve seen it before. Just wipe it off.
Ribs looking great!
 

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