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Pork spare ribs

txusafguy

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OK boys and girls here is a rack of ribs that have been salted, rubbed in olive oil and dry rubbed with some special homemade seasoning.  I think they will go on in the morning ready for early evening dinner.  Thoughts?

 

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Fire up the smoker!

Al
 

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Got a later start than I wanted but it is in.  I started it at about 10.  still should be good huh?
Should be great!

What's your plan for them? Cooking process?
 

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Looking good,I got a full rack on the spit right now!
 

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I think the texture is what I have read to be the most desired.  You leave teeth marks but it is certainly not tough.  I prefer the fall off the bone texture so i will have to continue to toy with the cooking times.  Also,  I think I need to put more thin layers of sweet baby rays instead of one thick coat.  Let me know what you guys think.
 

b-one

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Looks tasty,layers are the way to go if you sauce imho.
 

txusafguy

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Looks tasty,layers are the way to go if you sauce imho.
What do you mean?

Season the night before

Smoke them

Wrap them

Oven them

Unwrap them

Sauce them

Finish them off?

Is that what you mean?
 

b-one

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Looks tasty,layers are the way to go if you sauce imho.
What do you mean?

Season the night before

Smoke them

Wrap them

Oven them

Unwrap them

Sauce them

Finish them off?

Is that what you mean?
Just agreeing with you multiple thin layers of sauce is the way to go,if you are saucing.
 

SmokinAl

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They look delicious!

If you want more tender ribs, just leave them in the foil longer.

Al
 

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