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Offline kiyotei

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ribs ribs ribs
« on: August 04, 2007, 09:31:56 pm »
Hi Guys,
First off, forgive me but I forgot to take pics:((  My bad.  Anyhow, I brined 3 racks of pork ribs for about 2 hours in a simple salt, sugar, water, and a touch of maple syrup.  I then dryed them and coated them in a mustard based slather.  I added maple syrup to the slather which I think gave the ribs are really tasty sweetness.  I sprinked them with rub and left them in the fridge over night.  Today I put them in the smoker and used maple wood for the smoke.  I was way behind schedule today so I smoked them for 2 hours only.  I then wrapped them in foil, added some apple juice, and placed them on my grill.  I cooked them another hour with indirect heat.  I was running a temp of about 350 degrees.  I took them out of the foil and placed them over the hot fire for about 10 mins.  During this time I lightly coated them with some TX bbq sauce.  They turned out fantastic.  This is my first smoke using maple wood and I'm very pleased with the results.
Jim