making ribs tonight. looking for a new way to make them

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  1. Shivvy

    Shivvy VIP Extreme Gold

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    so far im a fan of boiling them then putting them in the oven. they fall right off the bone

    last time i out rub on, grilled for 10 minutes, put sauce on, baked on 250 for 2 1/2 hours then put back on grill for 10 minutes.

    any suggestions?
     
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    i just bought a crock pot and will be cooking pork ribs in it soon. pork chops first.


    i love me some pork.
     
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    Marinate them in your chin zits pus.
     
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    for god's sake, don't boil your ribs. You are boiling the taste right out of them. Also, if they fall off of the bone, they are overcooked. They need to have a little "chew" to them. Do you have an outdoor grill?
     
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    hmmm.. didnt think of using the crockpot.
     
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    sure do
     
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    I'm going to gym, fat Elvis Penn. :hw:
     
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    Use your grill. If it's a gasser, set it at about 275. Cook them for about 2 hours and then wrap them in foil. If you have any apple juice, pour a quarter to half cup in with the ribs. Juice is not necessary but almost any juice will do. Cook them in the foil for about an hour. Unfoil them, they should be getting pretty close. Put them back on the grill until done. They are done when the meat has shrank back from the bones about a half inch. You should be able to pick up the rack and flex it a bit without it all breaking up.

    If you don't have a gas grill and use charcoal, you should get it as close to 250 or 275 as you can. If you have a pizza stone, throw it on the grill and cook the ribs on top of it. That will protect them from the direct heat of the charcoals. If not, try to scoop the coals to one side of the grill and cook on the other.
     
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    i have a gas grill
     
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    Boiling...ribs...BOILING them....that's a capital crime in Texas, boy....Lethal Injection, no delays, no appeals..... Sick mutherfucker...
     
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    What kind of dress does one wear when you cook on a gas grill???? Does one need to use makeup, and accessorize, get some cute shoes.... :dontknow:
     
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    wwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh
     
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    have never boiled ribs before....i use a memphis rub from howards guy Steven Raichlen then seal them in tinfoil and bake at 250 for 2 hours.
     
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    It's not BBQ, it's LazyQ.
     
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    :jj:
     
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    Holy shit, why don't you just pour bar b que sauce over tofu?

    Would you boil a filet mignon? No. Why would you boil meat?



    Dry rub your ribs and invest in a smoker.

     
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    tomtom went to prison
     
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    I NEED to have my ribs fall off the bone. If I get that 'chew', I put them down and am done eating. :dontcare:
     
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    I wish. Would have been a lot less stress.
     
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    memphis rub

    2 tablespoons paprika
    1 tablespoon black pepper
    1 tablespoon dark brown sugar
    1-1/2 teaspoons salt
    1-1/2 teaspoons celery salt
    1 teaspoon garlic powder
    1 teaspoon dry mustard
    1 teaspoon cumin
    1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper