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Old 01-31-2006, 03:17 PM   #1
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Ribs

I got a Dutch Oven for Christmas and have been experimenting. This past weekend I tried something that was so simple I was amazed and it turned out absolutely great.

1 Full rack of ribs
1 Mccormick Seasoning Rub for Pork

Rubbed the rack of ribs and set in a covered dish in the refrigerator overnight. Next day rubbed the inside of the DO with olive oil, set the ribs in it. 16 coals on top and 4 below. Went and watched basketball all afternoon. After about 4 hours the ribs fell off the bone. The seasoning gave them a great taste. I've done ribs for years in smokers, grills, ovens, crock pots and stove tops and this is by far the best I have done. Working on a recipe for a Pittsburgh style dish for this weekend. GO STEELERS!

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Old 01-31-2006, 04:24 PM   #2
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Bienvenue, MJK. Congrats on your success. It's pretty hard to wreck ribs if you just leave them alone long enough!
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