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    Bacon Wrapped Spare Ribs

    Bacon wrapped spare ribs seasoned with Texas Select Seasonings Jalapeno Dusted and Juicy Pig then glazed with Texas Select Seasonings Smoked Apple Strawberry Habanero BBQ Glaze. They turned out AWESOME!! Shout out to Wild Bill Powell for the outstanding rubs and glaze, and to Bob Trudnak for the tips on getting this done right!

    I trimmed the ribs up to a St. Louis Style cut, then seasoned them with a light coat of Jalapeno Dusted and then a nice coat of Juicy Pig. Wrapped them up in bacon and put them on the offset at 275. They probed tender with a toothpick at around two and a half hours, so I gave them a nice glaze and let them ride for about ten extra minutes. Great bits, and a very tasty treat.

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    #2
    They look fantastic. I was wondering how you were going to manage over-cooking the bacon before the slabs were done and I see you cut the ribs individually. Cleverly done.

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      #3
      They look amazing!

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        #4
        Blasphemy ribs to the nth degree.

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        • FireMan
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          My thoughts exactly, blasphemy wibs, nth!

        #5
        Holy gehosofat .... thanks fantastic, how utterly decadent can you get

        That's another example of why the hell didn't I think of that

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          #6
          That looks porkalicious. Nicely done. 👊

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            #7
            Just sent my wife to market for bacon and ribs!!!!!!! Those look UNREAL!!!!!

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            • JeffJ
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              It's torture for me. My wife and I just started our eating regimen again. Something like that will be a rare treat for the time being.

            • Murdy
              Murdy commented
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              I don't suppose you could talk her into the Paleo eating plan?

            #8
            Dang that looks so good!

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              #9
              Damn...

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                #10
                Now THIS is something I could get behind! Awesome idea. I am adding this one to the Must Cook list!

                Thanks for sharing!

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                  #11
                  Done those a couple times. Some of my best cooks ever. Thanks for the reminder, gotta do them again!

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                    #12
                    Wowsers!!! Must do this one soon. Where can we order rubs and glaze or is that possible.

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                    • Timbo54
                      Timbo54 commented
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                      Texas Select Seasonings website. They appear to be on vacation till Jan. 15.

                    • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
                      SwampDonkeyzBBQ commented
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                      texasselectseasonings.com

                    #13
                    I hope you buttered those before you ate them, LOL...... Anyone spot the reference!?

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                      #14
                      What type of bacon did you use? Wet cure or dry cure?

                      Thanks

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                      • SwampDonkeyzBBQ
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                        It was just cheap, store bought, thin sliced bacon. I'll be curing a batch of bacon, next week, and will make some thin slices and see how they work. This was a very cheap dinner. The whole thing was $17.00, and fed a family of six, with a few bones left over.

                      #15
                      I think we just might have a bit of a consensus here since we have all these D words & wowsers & awesomes. So all I will say is, keep up the good work. 🕶

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