Thin spare ribs

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These are from my butcher pig from last year. All the outside rib meat went to the bacons, which I cured and smoked. Tried a new BBQ sauce and it was very good. Love meat church seasonings also. Under a 4 hour cook at 250 or so.
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Thanks guys. I am a fan of meat church seasonings. The sauce was a new one for me.
 
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These are from my butcher pig from last year. All the outside rib meat went to the bacons, which I cured and smoked. Tried a new BBQ sauce and it was very good. Love meat church seasonings also. Under a 4 hour cook at 250 or so.
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Great looking plate of ribs, I am hungry!!!

- Jason
 
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