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    Leftover Ribs?

    Does anybody have a suggestion for the best way to reheat leftover pork spare ribs?

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    Check out MH's article: ​http://amazingribs.com/tips_and_tech...over_ribs.html

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    • Dewesq55
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      Thanks, Boss.

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    I know this is not your question, but I'm going to use my next "extra ribs" for sides-enhancement: Take the meat off in chunks and pieces, reheat and adorn the BBQ beans, and home-made mac & cheese with the beautiful, smokey and dry-rub infused rib meat!

    Any ideas out there on this front?

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      #4
      At a place in NYC (not remembering the name at the moment) they make a burnt ends baked beans. Awesome, and I don't eat beans.

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        #5
        Put them in a plastic bag with a slightly damp paper tower and microwave them for about a minute per 6 ribs.

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          #6
          Thanks for all the suggestions. What I ended up doing was placing six ribs on a microwave safe dinner plate in a spoke pattern, squirting a little sauce on them, covering loosely with plastic wrap and microwaving on 50% power (1100W oven) for 3 minutes. They were surprisingly good.

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            #7
            I usually just microwave mine. If they're good to start with a microwave certainly won't ruin them, just use instinctive common sense as far as time. If I have time (which is rare) I will oven heat them.

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              #8
              IF I have any leftovers, I usually put them in a pan with some sauce and bring them up to temp that way. If my sauce is thick, I'll frequently cut it with some apple cider vinegar.

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                #9
                Cold ribs out of the fridge are awesome. Never thought I would like such a thing but someone here suggested it and they were "Amazing"!

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