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Labor Day Babyback ribs

John McLaughlin

Jet Boat Addict
Messages
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Ratings
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Points
88
Location
Ocean Pines Md
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2011
Boat Model
SX
Boat Length
21
#1
Made 2 racks of Babybacks for Labor Day. First added a mustard moisturizer and a light homemade rub. Smoked at 175 for a half hour, then cooked at 235 uncovered for two hours, pulled and added a wrapping mixture of honey, brown sugar and apple cider, then wrapped in foil and cooked for an additional hour with meat side down first half hour and then flipped. Took off the grill and let rest 20 minutes in the foil. Then added another light coating the rub and cooked meat side-up an additional half hour. Took off grill, raised the temperature to 275 added the sauce and cooked an additional 24 minutes to tighten up the sauce. Cut them up and then there were none. Here are pictures of the steps along the way. fullsizeoutput_2c97.jpeg LRG_DSC07607.JPG LRG_DSC07610.JPG LRG_DSC07611.JPG fullsizeoutput_2c95.jpeg fullsizeoutput_2c96.jpeg
 
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