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i like the st. louis cut of ribs...alot more meat and cheaper...here is the rub...

1/2 cup paprika
1/4 cup black pepper
1/4 cup sugar
3 tablespoons salt
3 tablespoons chili powder
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons onion powder
1 tablespoon cayenne

if you cut the recipe in half it is perfect for two slabs of ribs...

remove the skin on back of the ribs (this dude talks slow enough for you mouth breathers)
YouTube - ‪How to remove the BBQ Pork Ribs Membrane‬‎

slather the ribs with mustard so the the rub sticks to the ribs and apply the rub liberally...on both sides...same with the mustard...

smoke between 225-250 for 2.5 hours...next pic then...
 

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2.5 hours in...wrapped in foil to steam them...along with some fruit nectar and apple cider vinegar concoction...75% juice to 25% apple cider...you what ever juice you want...


i drizzled the top of ribs about an hour and a half in with my mixture...then foiled at 2 and a half hour along with some more mixture drizzled on top...not too much though...just baste them...

 

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I dont care if im bring this back from the dead holy killer batman that looks amazing.. I do something close to that when I grill ribs... but dont use musterd just rub then let cook till about 75% done then rub on you BBQ Sauce and finish cooking on low heat I use a Apple butter BBQ sauce and I have never had any better Ribbs... if you want the full rub info let me know ... only like 1 1/2 cook time
 

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this is filled with sooo much greatness...idk where to begin. haha
 

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I do it every year for the entire family, along with lobster, baked potatos, veggies and salad and homemade sourdough bread and homemade pies!

Yeah....it's food porn alright, an orgasm in every bite!!!
 

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Here's a B-B-Q sauce I made tonight to go with the ribs I'll be making tomorrow. I'll just leave it on the side so my wife can dip the ribs in it if she wishes. This recipe looks good and probably won't need sauce but the one I'm posting is about the best I have ever tasted for pork. For beef I usually make a very spicy sauce.

16 ounces ketchup
8 ounces water
3 ounces brown sugar
3 ounces white sugar
1-tablespoon paprika
1-tablespoon onion powder
1/2 tablespoon freshly ground black pepper
1/2 tablespoon dry mustard powder
1-ounce lemon juice
1-ounce Worcestershire sauce
4 ounces apple cider vinegar
1-ounce light corn syrup

Combine all of the sauce ingredients into a heavy cast four quart pot. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring frequently to prevent sticking. Reduce temperature to low and simmer, uncovered, for at least 2 hours.
 

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That recipe was so damned GOOD!!!
Here are a few pics of how the ribs came out.

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I decided to add some chicken to the grill as well.

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The final outcome, now all that's left to do is EAT!!

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