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  • Blackshirt BBQ
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    Types of pork ribs

    Do I cook all different cuts of pork ribs the same, when reading a recipe? When a rib recipe calls for centercut ribs, and I have baby back ribs, do I still go by the same process?
  • DWCowles
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    #2
    You do cook them the same but the baby back ribs won’t take as long to cook IF they are true baby backs instead of loin back ribs.

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      #3
      Yep, cook them the same until they're done to your liking. As DeeDubs says depending on their weight (thickness) some will just take longer than others. In my experience some take 4hrs some take 7hrs.

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        #4
        Just curious.....what recipe are you looking at? We have a ton of great recipes here.

        And let us see those results!

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        • Blackshirt BBQ
          Blackshirt BBQ commented
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          Probably Last Meal Ribs

        • Spinaker
          Spinaker commented
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          Great recipe! You will be a happy camper. I like to use both St. Louis Style and Baby backs for that recipe. More towards the STL side for my favorite. Blackshirt BBQ
      • wwolfram
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        #5
        I had this same question. Thanks for this info!

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          #6
          Another question.....

          my baby backs weigh 4 lbs and are fairly thick. Last time I did ribs, I cooked STL style, they were 2.5 lbs and took 6 hrs. Any idea on how many hours this one might take?

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          • EdF
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            Since your 6 hours for the spares matches what it takes in my BGE at ~225, I'll hazard a guess for the back ribs around 5 hours. Start checking no later than 4.5.
        • Blackshirt BBQ
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          #7
          Thanks EdF.

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          • DWCowles
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            #8
            A 4 lb rib will take more than 4 hrs. @ 225 I would wager around 6+ hrs.

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            • Blackshirt BBQ
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              #9
              How do you know when they are done? These have a lot of meat on them. I could check the temp I guess, or do I just go by the bend/flex text?

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              • Blackshirt BBQ
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                • Blackshirt BBQ
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                  #11
                  Well, I attempted to use the bend test, and they fell apart! 4 lbs at about 240 (avg) took 5 1/2 hours and they lived up to their name!!! Last Meal Ribs!

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                  • EdF
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                    They look great!

                  • HorseDoctor
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                    If they fell apart, they were a little overdone for competition, but that's better than underdone for eating! Congrats!

                  • RandomAccess
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                    They look really good! The best advice I have taken is starting a cooking logbook. Every cook goes in there with all information and final results including time. I refer to that thing all the time when planning a cook. Invaluable. Meathead talks about somewhere in this site. Keep smoking away!!!!
                • Blackshirt BBQ
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                    Favorite beer: Anything but Guinness
                    Favorite meal: Meat and Potatoes
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                  #12
                  Broke in half actually. Good thing I’m only competing with myself! Haha

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                  • DWCowles
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                    #13
                    They look great!

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                    • FireMan
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                      #14
                      Well you passed the pic test! Gooood lookin!

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                        #15
                        Look good. Blackshirt BBQ are you Nebraska fan?

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                          Yes I am! From Crete, NE. Moved to TN in 2000
                          Last edited by Blackshirt BBQ; March 4th, 2018, 07:47 PM.

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                          I have a friend here who used to live in Hays, KS. His name is Jack Dylon Johnson. His Dad is John Johnson.

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