Using a rub on pork ribs

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Original poster
Dec 29, 2013
I got some pork rib on Christmas and put a rub on them.  Wrapped them in plastic and what planning on cooking them the next day but didn't.  I was planning on cooking them today 12-29-13.  Are the ribs still good?
They are probably fine because the salt is a good preservative. Let your Nose be your guide. If they smell fine cook them...JJ
well I did unwrap them this morning to see if they were slimy or had a smell.  They didn't appear to be slimy and the only thing I could smell is the rub. 

This is a first for me cooking the ribs.  I am going to cook them in the oven @ 350 for 3 - 4 hours.  I have a disposable pan and will have water in the bottom and the ribs will sit on a rack.  

I would use the grill out side but it is down pouring here in Fairfax, VA
Why the Oven? They are much better Smoked. Even put on the Grill with an offset fire and some wood chips will give good flavor...JJ is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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