One more ribs thread.

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Ribs seem to be pretty popular the last couple days. I’m late to the party but these were mind from the 4th. Did it on my kettle with the snake method. A few pieces of apple wood mixed in and rubbed the ribs down with Jeff’s modified rub. Here are the pics. Hope everyone had a good holiday weekend

All rubbed down
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Some TBS coming out of the vent
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This was at the 4 hour mark
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Flipped them over to sauce the bottom
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Then the top
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And the final pic before they got torn up
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Awesome looking ribs Brian. Finding good baby backs Like yours without a hunk of loin meat is getting hard nowadays. Nice work bud
 
Thanks everyone

Awesome looking ribs Brian. Finding good baby backs Like yours without a hunk of loin meat is getting hard nowadays. Nice work bud

Thanks jake. These were the biggest baby backs I’ve had in a long time. Got them at meijer. I like St. Louis ribs better but the ones they had there were so thin and not much meat.
 
Looks really good! Bet they didn't last long at all!

Ryan
 
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