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  • Medusa
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    Glad to hear it! Yes, it takes a long time to cook ribs in the slow cooker.

  • VenomM3
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    Thanks

  • VenomM3
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    Thanks for your input, I'll take that into consideration next time I cook them in the crock pot thanks.

  • VenomM3
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    After 4 hours (no bones sticking out) they reached their temp and they looked ok. I bit into one of them and I can tell they weren't ready at all. So, I put them back and cooked them for the suggested time frame of 7-9 hours. After an additional 3 hours they looked great and tasted great.

  • Thom Emery
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    Get a rope

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  • Skinsfan1311
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    Originally posted by Jerod Broussard View Post
    You want a pull apart test on these dudes.
    If you've cooked them long enough, they'll be too tender for that.

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  • Skinsfan1311
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    Originally posted by Potkettleblack View Post
    145 is not sufficient temp at 5 hours to break down the connective material in the ribs and tighten the proteins enough to produce pull back.

    If the recipe says 7 hours, I'm not sure why you'd expect it to be done earlier than 8:38 PM.

    Agreed. I've never done them in less than 10 hours, set on high.

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  • Skinsfan1311
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    7 hours does not seem long enough, especially if you put cook them on low.

    When we do crock-pot ribs, usually during the work week, we cut them up into a few sections, toss a few quartered onions in the bottom, a little liquid smoke, rub down with a Memphis style rub, dump some store-bought BBQ sauce, (Sweet Baby Ray's or Stubbs Memphis style), and set it on high. They go on at 7:00am and they come off when we get home, any time between 5:00 and 6:00. That's 10 hrs, on high, and they come out perfect, every single time.

    Honestly, it's almost impossible to overcook ribs, or any cheap, tough cut of pork, in a crock-pot.

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  • Atalanta
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    I've seen the recipe in my pressure cooker book and have been trying to convince myself to give it a shot.

  • Medusa
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    So VenomM3 , how'd they turn out?

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  • EdF
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    They don't get dry and the sauce gets _rich_.

  • CarlP3
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    Yeah Man...my mom simmered pork chops and sometimes a braciole made with flank steak in her sauce. Sauce was great but always thought the meat was kind of dry...BUT ribs...that's got to be great. I'll be trying that!!!

  • EdF
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    Variety is a good thing Cheef . My mom used to simmer ribs in tomato sauce she was making for spaghetti. Best red meat sauce ever.

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  • Cheef
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    I've never done ribs in the crock pot but have done them often in the pressure cooker. Completely different animal from the ribs the smoker puts out. I will admit I prefer the smoker BUT the ribs the pressure cooker reminds me of old time cooking. Ribs and kraut-ribs and cabbage were the ribs I knew growing up and I still like them!

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  • boftx
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    Recipes, like battle plans, are fine until put into practice. They are guidelines at best. Riff away!

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