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    How to reheat Wibs?

    Made Baby Back Wibs last night and wife voted for reheated wibs tonight! (She’s a keeper!)
    Whats best reheat method that keeps em moist? I was thinking something like a crutch......wrap in foil with a little liquid and in the oven at 200 for 20-30 minutes?



    #2
    Microwave

    seriously I think people go to a lot of trouble and often overthink reheating leftovers...

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    • smokenoob
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      Nate I thought so!

    • Steve R.
      Steve R. commented
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      My first thought as well. Just be glad you have some leftover ribs! 😀

    • IFindZeroBadCooks
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      Microwave with a wet paper towel on top to add moisture!

    #3
    why were there wibs weftovuh?


    I put 'em in a foil pan, small amount of water in said pan and cover.....heat on lowish heat until im happy with their warmth.

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      #4
      I’m with Nate. Put them in the microwave, uncovered, alongside a wet paper towel. Start with 30 seconds for one rib, about a minute for three ribs. Adjust from there, based on your oven and the size of the serving.

      edit: reheating leftovers is what a microwave does best.
      Last edited by Mosca; May 21, 2020, 08:30 AM.

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        #5
        A few years ago I was in Houston. I had some leftovers that I was reheating in the microwave in the little convenience "store" adjacent to the hotel front desk. A fellow walking by said to me "You're not putting BBQ in the microwave, are you?" I thought I might get deported from Texas.

        At home, I do what the big-name joints advise that charge $$$ to ship you BBQ packed in dry ice. Slowly reheat a vacuum-packed bag in a pot of simmering water.

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        • smokenoob
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          N227GB Ah, sveedish method gets a vote

        #6
        sous vide

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        • smokenoob
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          somehow I knew that one was comin’
          I’m Irish, not Sveed....lol!

        • Ricardo
          Ricardo commented
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          Specially if they are vacuum packed and frozen. Set water temp to 140F, drop bag in, they come back like nothing ever happened, sometimes they even taste better than 1st servings.

        • BourBonQ
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          +1.

          Put em in a zip lock and drop in a pot of hot water on the stove top for a few minutes.

        #7
        I wrap in foil, no liquid, at put in a 300 deg oven till warmed. Then add a thin layer of sauce and put under broiler for 30-60 seconds to re-bark it. Sometimes I do a second glaze, sometimes not

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          #8
          may need to do blind test, uwave vs crutch
          will report back

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            #9
            In favor of the microwave: your ribs are ready in a minute or two, with no extra clean up.

            All methods mentioned work well. Microwaving is also efficient.

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            • smokenoob
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              Mosca good point there.........but if I cook, she cleans!

            #10
            Microwave.

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              #11
              I reheat them to a perfect 98.6F by standing in front of the refrigerator and eating them straight off the shelf. Same with pizza. Saves time and washing dishes.

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              • smokenoob
                smokenoob commented
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                yes, but you do have to clean the refrigerator door handles though!

              • ComfortablyNumb
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                smokenoob Nope, I wipe my hands off on my pant legs. Doesn't everybody?

              #12
              I think eating leftovers is a “learned” thing, my mom loved leftover chicken cold so I have been eating leftover chicken cold all my life. Today I thought what the heck, let’s try the microwave........I was pretty darn good!

              My dad always ate a piece of swiss cheese while he made a sandwich with swiss cheese, seems I do that to. And I will continue to!

              mom never made ribs......so here I am, lost in the pit......

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              • Steve R.
                Steve R. commented
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                Cold fried chicken is very underrated! Same goes for squirrel or any of those things that "taste like chicken"... 😉

              #13
              I reheat mine in the oven at 375F for 10-12 minutes.

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                #14
                If I don't eat them cold which is most of the time, I'll nuke. I had a bad experience using the oven once and was all my own doing.
                The MW is easy and convenient.

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                  #15
                  First off let’s get sumthin straight here, ya weheat Wibs. Got that? I don’t have the patience or time fer all that wrappin & ovenin stuff. I nuke em or chomp em cold, yessir.
                  Commendations are in store. Ya got the WIBs part right, yessir.

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                  • ComfortablyNumb
                    ComfortablyNumb commented
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                    You, however dear sir, got wight wong....;-)

                  • FireMan
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                    ComfortablyNumb & stwait. It was done on pouhposs.

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