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Old 06-16-2008, 09:28 PM   #11
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Yes, they turn out very moist. I know I will be making these again for my family. By the way, good choice in BBQ sauce. I used the Sweet Baby Rays Honey Chipotle on mine. Love this stuff. Debbie
I love Sweet Baby Rays, haven't tried the honey Chipotle yet but sounds good. I always did mine the same way you did yours Blue, but this does sound good. Basically getting a good sear on, then baking in the oven till full cooked it sounds like.
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Old 06-16-2008, 09:41 PM   #12
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I love Sweet Baby Rays, haven't tried the honey Chipotle yet but sounds good. I always did mine the same way you did yours Blue, but this does sound good. Basically getting a good sear on, then baking in the oven till full cooked it sounds like.
The Sweet Baby Rays Honey Chipotle has a little kick to it, you should try it. I can't find it in all the stores so you may have to hunt for it.

The rub and the good sear along with the apple juice, butter and honey makes the ribs so moist.
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Old 06-17-2008, 10:43 AM   #13
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This looks like a great recipe thanks for sharing I will be trying it out this weekend.

So there is a discrepancy between video and written recipe ? What your saying is on the video he states grill before baking for 1 hr and the recipe states grill before baking for 10 minites per side, but you grilled for 20 minutes per side and found that to be perfect. Do I understand that correctly ?

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Old 06-17-2008, 10:54 AM   #14
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I think it really depends on your grill, Quint.
I grilled mine maybe for 10 minutes/side. Long enough to get a sear and some grill marks.
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Old 06-17-2008, 12:27 PM   #15
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I think it really depends on your grill, Quint.
I grilled mine maybe for 10 minutes/side. Long enough to get a sear and some grill marks.

Looks Delicous !!! Thanks
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This looks like a great recipe thanks for sharing I will be trying it out this weekend.

So there is a discrepancy between video and written recipe ? What your saying is on the video he states grill before baking for 1 hr and the recipe states grill before baking for 10 minites per side, but you grilled for 20 minutes per side and found that to be perfect. Do I understand that correctly ?

Thanks for your help
I grilled mine for 20 minutes, 10 minutes each side. Just grill them until they look good like pacanis said. Not to fast though.

Thanks pacanis for helping out and the photo. Makes me want ribs again.
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Old 06-17-2008, 02:58 PM   #17
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I am seriously jonesing for some ribs now!! Nice job Pacanis, they look great!
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Old 06-17-2008, 03:12 PM   #18
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I sure wish baby backs were cheaper. I'd have them more often
This cooking method has defnitely become my primary cooking method. Maybe next time a little cumin in the rub and liquid smoke in the pouch to see if I can emulate two hours of smoking on indirect heat. Make 'em taste like they took five hours instead of three
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LOL. I met a guy at the grocery store yesterday that stopped me from buying Goya Adobo and instead told me to buy La Criolla Adobo, so the next time I do ribs they are getting an adobo dry rub on em as promised to him!
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I sure wish baby backs were cheaper. I'd have them more often
This cooking method has defnitely become my primary cooking method. Maybe next time a little cumin in the rub and liquid smoke in the pouch to see if I can emulate two hours of smoking on indirect heat. Make 'em taste like they took five hours instead of three
I wish they were cheaper too. I was lucky and found mine on sale last week. I like the idea of the cumin and liquid smoke. Two of my favorite things to use.
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