St. Louis Ribs in College Station.

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tomhooper

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Got some family coming to town for my FIL's 90th. Still in great shape and sharp as a tack.

Grabbed some St. Louis ribs. Sweet Baby Ray's for the binder. Mixture of Meat Church Texas Sugar and Holy Voodoo for the rub.
I'll get them on pit here in a little bit.

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More pics to follow.
 
Those slabs look great before you even did anything to them . Be watching .
 
Great start and in for the finish! Love the MC products but haven't tried the Tx sugar yet.

Keith
 
Great start and in for the finish! Love the MC products but haven't tried the Tx sugar yet.

Keith
My favorite for pork is still Honey Hog. Ace was out the other day and I had to improvise. I think the Texas Sugar is fairly new. It is probably the closest to Honey Hog.
I'm using up this mix I made then I'll probably go back to my old standby.
 
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Well, my company showed up and like a pack of ravenous wolves devoured the ribs before I could snap a pic.
I throw myself on the mercy of the board and pledge to do better.
Judging by the pile of gnawed bones I think they turned out pretty well.
 
Well, my company showed up and like a pack of ravenous wolves devoured the ribs before I could snap a pic.
I throw myself on the mercy of the board and pledge to do better.
Judging by the pile of gnawed bones I think they turned out pretty well.
There will be a public shaming monday at noon on the courthouse steps!

Jim
 
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