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Old 02-03-2007, 10:19 PM   #11
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I put a rub on my ribs and wrap them with a couple layers of foil. I let the rub soak in several hours or overnight and then I bake at 300 for a couple hours then unwrap and finish on the grill. They are fall apart tender, not at all mushy and the grill crisps them up. We add BBQ sauce to the ribs when they are grilling. I think if you are cooking ribs for a crowd it's great to prebake them. They don't need but a few minutes on the grill so after the first few slabs have their chance to crisp up and glisten pull them off give the other ribs a turn on the grill.

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Old 02-05-2007, 10:47 AM   #12
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Well we tried to cook 4 racks in the smoker. It was blowing about 20-30 mph here in VA yesterday and we couldn't keep the temp even above 200 degrees. So after a four hours of trying to deal with that we put the ribs in the over wrapped in foil for a couple of hours at 275 and then put sauce on them near the end. Turned out pretty good under the circumstances.

Thanks again for all the help.

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