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  • BBQ Ribs: need a little help!

    2 posts, 2 voices, 779 views, started May 27, 2011

    Posted on Friday, May 27, 2011




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      Purchasing a GIANT rack of pork spare ribs on sale for 99 cents a pound seemed like a good idea at the time. I have never made these before...should I precook and then grill them?  This slab of meat is huge, it won’t fit anywhere in the house to cook unless I cut it.  If I put them on the grill raw, how long should I let them cook?  

      I usually make boneless ribs and boil in Dr Pepper and onion/garlic and liquid smoke for an hour or 2, then just throw on grill with sauce to brown them.  What was I thinking when I brought home this Fred Flintstone Brontosaurus sized cut?!

      Any help would be appreciated.  I am going to serve these up with some grilled veggies and potatoes from CARINE‘S BLOG POST: http://fabulously40.com/blog/id/memorial-day-did-someone-say-bbq-20405


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          Marya1961 wrote May 30, 2011
        • Hi Melissa!..just wondering if you made these and how you decided to cook them.  My hub usually slices them in small sections and marinates them overnight in bbq sauce inside a big plastic baggie.  The next day he fires up the grill and slow cooks them for about four hours...the meat always fall off the bone.estatic



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