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Old 03-03-2010, 01:55 PM   #11
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Isnt that weber Q just the best little grill and ribs look yummy
That was the first time I ever used a WeberQ, and quite frankly, I was a little paranoid about using it on my ribs. But it actually did a really great job. My key to good ribs is a good fire, but not a hot one. So keeping the ribs the right distance and getting that perfect flame is almost an art. That little WeberQ did a fine job. I actually had to tend to the bigger one more because it was a little more beat up (burner was rusted and such), but I prevailed and the ribs were great!

BENTE...thanks for that link for membrane removal. That is a pretty neat idea for removing it. I will be trying that next time on the BBQ!
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