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  • Oakgrovebacon
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    • Apr 2016
    • 1854
    • South central Illinois

    mgaretz I tried these today to take to a Thanksgiving gathering, I followed the recipe to a tee, turned out great! I will definitely cook them again! Everyone that tried them was impressed! Thank you for sharing your method with us!

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    • mgaretz
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      • Jul 2014
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      Another batch of the blasphemy - served with steamed cauliflower in butter.

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      • fuzzydaddy
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        Made with St. Louis cut. I may have eaten a couple or 3 before they were brought inside.

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        • Craigar
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          Pitmaster privilege.

        • crazytown3
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          They look great! And there is nothing wrong with sampling the wares before serving. Sometimes my wife will ask me why I'm not eating with the rest of the family. Answer: I've already eaten.
      • treesmacker
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        Are these double blasphemy, 1/2 blasphemy, or twin blasphemy?

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        • mgaretz
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          Any difference in timing or temp. They look like they came out good. How did they taste?

        • treesmacker
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          mgaretz To be honest, I didn't pay too much attention to this cook. I was kinda distracted with other stuff. I used a rub found in a jar - home made labeled "pork rub", used that. Cooked at 180 for an hour for smoke. Raised to 225 for 2 hours spritzing w/ apple juice. Wrapped in foil with a bit of apple juice, raised to 275 for 1 hour, then Coke sauce from Raichlen book and into 275 oven for just 15 minutes. They were terrific, but I think just slightly overcooked - fell off bone kinda.
      • SmokingSteve
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        • Jun 2018
        • 311
        • Mesa Arizona
        • SmokingSteve

        That's what I call Double Indemnity Blasphemy!

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        • Thunder77
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          • Jul 2014
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          • Halethorpe, MD
          • Weber 26.75" Kettle with SnS. Broil King Baron 5 burner. Akorn Kamado, and Akorn Jr kamado. Primo Oval Junior. Love grilling steaks, ribs, and chicken. Need to master smoked salmon Favorite cool weather beer: Sam Adams Octoberfest Favorite warm weather beer: Yuengling Traditional Lager All-time favorite drink: Single Malt Scotch

          That’s called I want to eat those NOW!

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          • pitchfork_man
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            • Nov 2014
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            I did Blasphemy Ribs EXACTLY per the recipe, for New Years Day... and it was awesome!! Less work and less TIME than traditional style. I cooked them on the KBQ. The recipe was perfect exactly as is, I don't feel the need to change anything.

            I brined overnight - and the next day when I took the ribs out, there was a good amount of liquid in the bottom of the bag. Is that normal? Or did I lose flavor when that happened?

            I'll be doing it again for this Saturday's dinner party / high school reunion thing. Can't wait!

            Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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            • mgaretz
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              • Jul 2014
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              • San Ramon, CA
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              I was hoping to make some Blasphemy Ribs yesterday as my last batch before my upcoming back surgery (Jan 8th - tomorrow as I type this), but alas I was out of baby backs, so I made meatloaf! Anyway, the surgery is pretty major so I won't be able to do any cooking for a while. But I'll be lurking so don't forget to post your cooks here and for goodness sake try this recipe if you haven't yet!

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              • new2smoking
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                mgaretz Aha! The baby back expert is going to submit to the grown-up back expert! Best to you.
                Last edited by new2smoking; January 7, 2020, 06:21 PM.

              • jgreen
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                Best wishes!! Hope all goes well.

              • Sweaty Paul
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                Good luck on your surgery and wishing you a speedy recovery
            • fzxdoc
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              Here's hoping that the surgery goes well and that your recovery is as fast and as pain-free as possible. A major surgery is always a cause for concern, so know that I'm thinking of you and cheering you on. I'll make some Blasphemy Ribs in your honor while you're away from your smoker.

              Best wishes,
              Kathryn

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              • mgaretz
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                Thanks Kathryn (and everybody else). Please do make some BRs in my honor. Be sure to post pic!
            • troymeister
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              mgaretz I hope all goes well with your surgery. I feel your pain. I had back surgery last year so I know how it feels. Aint no fun.

              Anyway speedy recovery and best wishes. I look forward to seeing your cooks in the very near future. Troy

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              • HawkerXP
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                Any kind of "major" surgery is no fun. Do what they say. Get out of that hospital ASAP. Do your physical therapy. Looking forward to hear your hot nurse giving sponge bath stories. sorry that just slipped out. pbc...?

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                • ofelles
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                  Prayers are with you. Back surgery always makes me nervous.all though I had good results.

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                  • MBMorgan
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                    Best of luck with the surgery ... and be sure to heed the good advice already given (you know ... about doing what they tell you. physical therapy, etc.). Just remember ... no pics ... then it didn't happen ...

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                    • BillCIII
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                      • Dec 2018
                      • 38
                      • Florence, AL

                      Good looking ribs.Bet they really taste good.

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                      • FlashHokie
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                        This was my third time making blasphemy ribs and I'm really happy with the way they came out! Smoked on the Weber Performer with pecan wood.
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