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Glazing ribs...MY WAY

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    Glazing ribs...MY WAY

    Yes, we all agree on how to cook the last meal ribs and tell when they are done. Then saucing them...but I learned this method from Bogart's in St. Louis.

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    We need a "No grass was harmed in the glazing of these ribs" disclaimer. Lol

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      #3
      The reason he's outside is so his paying customers could not see his glazing technique. He obviously abused the 5 second rule too.

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        #4
        So, for a larger cook, say a big party, could one rent or buy a flamethrower? I would gladly volunteer.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Wartface View Post
          The reason he's outside is so his paying customers could not see his glazing technique. He obviously abused the 5 second rule too.
          Those ribs are in a metal pan, so no 5 second rule ---- and if my guests don't like my technique they can eat somewhere else! I have to admit Bogart's didn't go quite so crazy on the flames.

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            #6
            I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Anytime you can up the FIRE, I say DO IT!!! I will have to try this. Ive got a fence torch that will work great for this very thing. Thanks for the idea brother. What an awesome technique. This is why I love it here.

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              #7
              The whole blog post here. http://yanbbqb.blogspot.com/2015/02/...e-to-cook.html

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                #8
                Nice cook!

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                  Originally posted by Pit Boss View Post
                  We need a "No grass was harmed in the glazing of these ribs" disclaimer. Lol
                  I did have one guy stamping out some burning grass. Now it wasn't really harmed any more than it will be when I get the lawnmower back out.

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