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    Basic pork ribs...

    I have been cooking beef ribs. Now on to pork... Let's hear it. How to.

    Simple. Go the the free side of AR and do Meatheads last meal ribs. OR as an alternative Max’s Blasphemy ribs. Either is a can’t lose. Good luck pitmaster!


    • Dewesq55
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      Notes Max. Mark Garetz invented Blasphemy Ribs. Just saying.
      Last edited by Dewesq55; August 29, 2020, 12:35 PM.

    • Jfrosty27
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      I said Blasphemy ribs. But whoever did it, they are awesome.

    • Mr. Bones
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      These many links may be of some assistance, Blasphemy Ribs-wise...


    Oh, and welcome to the Pit from WI. 👍


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      Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!


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                    Welcome from the California Delta.


                      Welcome aboard!

                      As far as pork ribs, here’s how I do it



                      • RichieB
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                        Great write up ecowper. I'm doing 2 racks BBR's Sunday. This post is reminded me to dry brine.

                      • ecowper
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                        RichieB glad I could help :-)

                      First & foremost, go to a store or butcher & buy em! Then address them properly like: Hello Wibs! Then rub em, then put some rub on em, then cook em. I use our fearless leader’s Memphis rub. Simple, then ya eat em! That’s how I do it, yessir, sauce is optional & on the side. Welcome & eat & have fun!


                        Welcome from north Texas.


                          Start by par boiling the ribs first to get them tender. Season with your favorite rub and then finish them off on the grill over direct heat.
                          Last edited by TripleB; August 30, 2020, 09:20 PM.



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