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    (OT) BBQ Question

    Boys, is there a quick way to cook pork back ribs on the grill, or do I really, really need 2 hours slow-cooked?

    Should have cooked them yesterday, but at this point I just want to use them up.

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    I'z thinkin about ribz

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    [QUOTE=dcronin;3697823]Boys, is there a quick way to cook pork back ribs on the grill, or do I really, really need 2 hours slow-cooked?

    Should have cooked them yesterday, but at this point I just want to use them up.

    DC[/QUOTE]

    Yes, boil them first for about a 1/2 hour, them add a rub to it. If you have a smoke they will be done in about two hours. If you have a regular coals bbq, push all the coals to one side and if you have a metal bowl put it on the side without coals with water in it (this will create more smoke) place ribs over the bowl. Add wood chips to coals that have been soaked in water to create more smoke for the ribs,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Boil for 45 mintes and the ribs will cook in under 2 hrs on the grill.......

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    I boil them in Pineapple juice for about an hour. Awesome !!!

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    Cool thanks.

    This is looking like a tomorrow project.
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    Boiling ribs = Boiling out ALL OF THE FLAVOR.

    You must peel the membrane from the bottom of the racks, dry rub them, put them in the fridge over night, and smoke them at 250 degrees (no hotter) for (+-) 4 hrs.

    To test "doneness" you pick up a rack with tongs, holding the rack 1/3 in from the long end, and shake up and down....If the ribs bounce like a diving board, they are not done....The meat should gently start to tear....If the ribs break or fall apart, they are over done...."Fall off the Bone Tender" is a misnomer....If you can pull the bone out, or the meat "falls off the bone", it's over done.

    So....The answer in no.

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    Favre isn't the only one posting pix of his meat on the Internetz. :shakehead

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    [QUOTE=crazyeffinjetsfan;3698002]Boiling ribs = Boiling out ALL OF THE FLAVOR.

    You must peel the membrane from the bottom of the racks, dry rub them, put them in the fridge over night, and smoke them at 250 degrees (no hotter) for (+-) 4 hrs.

    To test "doneness" you pick up a rack with tongs, holding the rack 1/3 in from the long end, and shake up and down....If the ribs bounce like a diving board, they are not done....The meat should gently start to tear....If the ribs break or fall apart, they are over done...."Fall off the Bone Tender" is a misnomer....If you can pull the bone out, or the meat "falls off the bone", it's over done.

    So....The answer in no.


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    Mmmmm...I'm HONGRAY! :D

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    [QUOTE=crazyeffinjetsfan;3698002]Boiling ribs = Boiling out ALL OF THE FLAVOR.

    You must peel the membrane from the bottom of the racks, dry rub them, put them in the fridge over night, and smoke them at 250 degrees (no hotter) for (+-) 4 hrs.

    To test "doneness" you pick up a rack with tongs, holding the rack 1/3 in from the long end, and shake up and down....If the ribs bounce like a diving board, they are not done....The meat should gently start to tear....If the ribs break or fall apart, they are over done...."Fall off the Bone Tender" is a misnomer....If you can pull the bone out, or the meat "falls off the bone", it's over done.

    So....The answer in no.


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    those look awesome

    :fatso:

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    [QUOTE=quantum;3698579]Favre isn't the only one posting pix of his meat on the Internetz. :shakehead[/QUOTE]

    At least I'm not stroking my ribs wearing crocs and a wristwatch. :eek:

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