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    #31
    Haven't been around in a while and actually haven't smoked much either, but I am planning another batch of these this weekend.

    Just wondering if anyone else had actually tried this method yet? If so, what were your results?

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    • Spinaker
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      I have not, but it is good to see you back, Mark.

    #32
    So do you just place them on a rack in any specific orientation? Those look really good

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      #33
      They do look great, did you use baby backs, St. Louis style or spare ribs?

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        #34
        Originally posted by rmeugene View Post
        So do you just place them on a rack in any specific orientation? Those look really good
        I put them on a BBQ pan (stainless flat thingy with holes). If they will stand up so the arch of the bone is off the pan, I will do that, but most often they just lay on one side. In fact I have generally given up trying to stand them up.

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          #35
          Originally posted by Redwng View Post
          They do look great, did you use baby backs, St. Louis style or spare ribs?
          I have only used this technique with baby backs (so far).

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            #36
            It his hereby noted as “Blasphemy Ribs “ by mgaretz.

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            • Craigar
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              Dilly, dilly!!!

            #37
            Here is the batch of Blasphemy Ribs I made yesterday. As before they came out great. Great smoke flavor and just the right amount of bite. And done in just 2.5 hours!

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            Didn't get the sauce on quite evenly.

            Here's a closeup of the interior of a rib:

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            And here is the whole meal. Served with cole slaw with my homemade dressing and tater tots.

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            Finally, made some char siu style ribs at the same time for the wife, who prefers them over the normal style:

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            • EdF
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              My wife likes those better too!

            #38
            Even though you messed up on the sauce, we’ll let it slide. I am definitely going to give this a shot, maybe next week. We are going into another deep freeze & I’ll be fighting my 14 F rule til Saturday it looks like. Thanks for the innovation, very cool!

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              #39
              This is at the top of my "To Do" list! Thank you mgaretz .

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                #40
                mgaretz Thank you!! You have confirmed a thought I had, but hadn't tried yet. Your meal and Ribs look excellent!! Thanks for sharing your great success.! I will be copying soon...)

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                  #41
                  Great looking ribs! Very interesting and I find amazing that none of us have tried. I certainly will be trying this soon. To quote someone who is a big deal around here....

                  ”No rules in the kitchen or the bedroom.”

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                    #42
                    Originally posted by dirtman View Post
                    Great looking ribs! Very interesting and I find amazing that none of us have tried.
                    I agree. Folks you really should try this. If you are skeptical, next time you do ribs cut two or three off the end of the rack and cut them apart and toss them in a baggie with Memphis Dust or your favorite rub. (add some salt if you are not using the original MD recipe or your rub doesn't have salt) Put your rack on and 2.5 hours before the rack is done, put these extras in the smoker. With 1/2 hour to go, baste them with BBQ sauce. That's optional, and FYI I use Sweet Baby Ray's Brown Sugar and Bourbon.

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                      #43
                      Got 'em all seasoned and in da fridge. Gonna introduce them to smoke this afternoon. My impartial panel of testers is coming by to offer an assessment.

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                        #44
                        I think this technique makes a smoked rib meal during the work week a legitimate and very doable option. Also, I think this technique is well suited for the mini eggs, aka mini max and joe junior. I will be doing this. Also, my wife is now thrilled with our acquisition of the joe junior and is eagerly learning to use it. I think this becomes something that the typicall non grilling spouse can do! mgaretz you have hit the jackpot , for this I am in your debt. Is there an Amazing Ribs "hall of fame". I think this is to the BBQ world, what intermittent wipers were to the auto industry...Seems so simple but such a convenience!

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                          #45
                          Hmmm... trying to figure out how to do this in a PBC/drum...

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