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Old 01-18-2009, 07:58 AM   #31
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if you want fall off the bone ribs, raise the temp to 275, smoke for 2 hours and then foil for an hour. Be careful pulling the ribs out of the foil. The bones will be falling out. Another hour on the heat to firm up the bark or add sauce and your ribs will be so tender they will blow you away.

whenever I am cooking for folks that want them fall off the bone tender I use this method....
I tried this last night, 2-1-1 at 275 all in an oven. IMO, not as tender or overall as good as the 3-2-1 method...However, it was maybe 90% as good. That's very impressive considered you shave the cooking time down 2hours/33%...
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Old 04-05-2009, 06:27 PM   #32
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Amazing that those plastic bags can take that heat. However, I don't like to cook with anything plastic, microwave included.
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Old 04-05-2009, 06:29 PM   #33
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Professionals use a product called PanSavers. They are oven-safe bags. They work really well. But are a lot more exspensive than aluminum foil.
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Old 04-05-2009, 07:46 PM   #34
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I guess I am in the Uncle Bob camp: I don't cover my ribs, chicken, turkey, brisket etc. meats very much. I like my meat moist, but I also like the crust from exposure to direct heat. I just use lower heat. Yes, it takes more time, but for me the flavor and crust is worth it. Why be in a hurry? Just my dos centavos.
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Old 04-06-2009, 10:28 AM   #35
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Amazing that those plastic bags can take that heat. However, I don't like to cook with anything plastic, microwave included.
How is using the microwave cooking with plastic? Or am I misunderstanding you?
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Old 04-06-2009, 10:43 AM   #36
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How is using the microwave cooking with plastic? Or am I misunderstanding you?
Sorry, GarlicBreath (stands for me too because I lUHUV garlic), sorry for my poor English. What I meant was I don't us plastic in my microwave either.
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Old 05-20-2013, 05:35 PM   #37
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Red face Love the cooking bags

Got to thinking, what about those plastic oven bags? Those seal 100%, would those work better than foil? Anyone ever try them?[/QUOTE]

Yes and I absolutely love them, my meat is always tender and I cook chicken around 45 min and it is tender and juicy I cook all kinds of meats in the bags and they are great!
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I have used them many times. I roast chickens in them. They produce a LOT of juice. Great for gravy. The meat comes out really tender. You use a twist tie at the top.
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I didnt watch the video but it might have just the answer you are looking for.
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