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Old 09-04-2007, 08:03 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Billdolfski View Post
After using a spray bottle, I will never use a brush again.
+1.....faster, neater and the rub stays where it's supposed to.

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Old 09-04-2007, 10:58 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Billdolfski View Post
Very smoky flavor, much more tender... but they weren't quite "falling off the bone." I pulled them apart by hand, but it could have been easier. Meat came off the bone pretty easy though. Any suggestion on how I could get these guys more tender? Ppl don't brine their ribs, do they? Maybe I'm getting meat that isn't that good? I'm at a loss, advice please!!!
Those sound like perfect ribs!

Like Andy and Uncle Bob said, you donít really want the meat to be, literally, falling off the bone. I had that happen by accident not to long ago, and it doesnít make for a great rib. As Uncle Bob said, you want some tender resistance to your ribs. I use a mop in a spray bottle made of 2 parts Apple Cider Vinegar to 1 part oil.

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