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Post by 3toe » July 18th, 2013, 11:00 pm

This 4th I tried ribs on the Kamado Joe for the first time. I used the 3-2-1 method for spare ribs but shortened it to 2-2-1 since I was cooking baby backs. For those that don't know, this method is 2 hrs smoke, 2 hours in foil on the grill, 1 hour grill unwrapped with sauce brushed on. Temp is at 225 degrees Let me tell you, they were fall off the bone. I only have a picture of them about to be taken off, but I think you can see they were cooked right. I cooked 4 slabs and I don't think there was one rib left after we were done eating.


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Post by Gobbler » July 19th, 2013, 11:26 am

Man those look great!

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Post by pullit » July 19th, 2013, 12:08 pm

Those do look good.
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Post by Grumpy » July 21st, 2013, 8:15 am

My wife can make a rack of deer ribs taste like pork ribs and they fall off the bone. First remove all the fat you can with a knife, then put them in a pressure cooker for about 90 mins. at about 10 lbs. pressure. That will melt and blow the rest of the fat out of them. Then layer in a roasting pan with your favorite BBQ sauce and roast at 350 for another 2-3 hours. Will be the best ribs you have had.
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Post by Shooter » July 21st, 2013, 10:39 pm

Man!!!, I don't know how I missed this! Those are some of the finest lookin ribs I've ever seen!!
Do you take orders?? Dam, I just ate, and that still made my mouth water,...lol.

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Post by redarrow » July 22nd, 2013, 10:13 am

Grumpy wrote:My wife can make a rack of deer ribs taste like pork ribs and they fall off the bone. First remove all the fat you can with a knife, then put them in a pressure cooker for about 90 mins. at about 10 lbs. pressure. That will melt and blow the rest of the fat out of them. Then layer in a roasting pan with your favorite BBQ sauce and roast at 350 for another 2-3 hours. Will be the best ribs you have had.
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Post by wiltznucs » July 22nd, 2013, 10:53 am

Looking good, I havent done babybacks in a while as I'm more consistent with spares... May need to give them a try again....
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Post by BrentM » July 22nd, 2013, 2:58 pm

I'm gonna try that....... I've been doing 3-1-1 at a little higher temp, but I always like to experiment.

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Post by ICDEDTURKES » August 29th, 2013, 1:59 pm

It looks as if you are cooking on a kamado.. My whole problem with the 2-2-1 on the Akorn Kamado is the super moist cooking environment of the kamado does not allow the color to set and I still have a pile of moisture on top the ribs at the 2 hour mark.. I normally have to go 2.5+ before foiling.. And I have gone to reducing foil time so they do not fall off the bone.
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Post by GOLD HUNTER » August 29th, 2013, 4:55 pm

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Post by 3toe » August 29th, 2013, 8:03 pm

ICDEDTURKES wrote:It looks as if you are cooking on a kamado.. My whole problem with the 2-2-1 on the Akorn Kamado is the super moist cooking environment of the kamado does not allow the color to set and I still have a pile of moisture on top the ribs at the 2 hour mark.. I normally have to go 2.5+ before foiling.. And I have gone to reducing foil time so they do not fall off the bone.
Yes, I am cooking on a Kamado Joe. Never had an issue with moisture sitting on them at the 2 hr mark. If I don't want them falling off the bone I will use 3 hrs smoke, 1 hr foil, 1 hour unwrapped.

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