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Old 03-02-2010, 09:34 PM   #1
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Babyback ribs

Made these sat. on the big green egg,they were great.Wash ribs well and remove membrain from back side.Shake on some but rub I use bad byrons.Heat grill to 210 to 215.Add hickory chunks and cook indirect for 1 hour over a drip pan of apple jucie.Remove ribs and baste with honey and brown sugar.Double wrap with foil with apple jucie inside.Put back on grill at above temp for 3 hrs.Remove from foil and baste with your fav. bbq. sauce.Put back on untill sauce thickens.
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Old 03-02-2010, 09:38 PM   #2
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Made these sat. on the big green egg,they were great.Wash ribs well and remove membrain from back side.Shake on some but rub I use bad byrons.Heat grill to 210 to 215.Add hickory chunks and cook indirect for 1 hour over a drip pan of apple jucie.Remove ribs and baste with honey and brown sugar.Double wrap with foil with apple jucie inside.Put back on grill at above temp for 3 hrs.Remove from foil and baste with your fav. bbq. sauce.Put back on untill sauce thickens.
Sounds good!! I have a couple racks in the freezer and as soon as my grill is accessible from the snow I'll be trying out your recipe. Thanks, Charlie
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:14 PM   #3
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I love doing ribs and also have a big green egg. I will have to try your method. I always seem to have troubles getting the membrane off the back though. Any tricks for this? Sometimes it seems as though I need to get the vicegrips out to be able to get some hold on it to pull.
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Old 03-02-2010, 10:31 PM   #4
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Oh, people, babybacks are my weak spot. We eat these all the time. Nothing but our Greek Seasoning rubbed in, and yes, the membrane must come off. I find it comes off easiest when they are thawd good, and just start at the end with a pointy knife (please be careful), then slip a finger up under where you started it, and grab on.

These were for a RV reunion in Schertz TX last year. Yummy!

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Old 03-02-2010, 11:13 PM   #5
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Isnt that weber Q just the best little grill and ribs look yummy
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Old 03-03-2010, 07:50 AM   #6
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the membrane is usually one of the hardest things to do until you get used to it. the easiest way i have found is to use a butter knife, find the center bone run the butter knife along the bone. wiggle your finger under the membrane until you can get it all the way under. next work the thumb of the same hand under till they touch.. now do the same thing with your other hand until they are side by side.. pull outward... or they are other ways i will post this question on the egg forum so i can provide pictures. it was not my invention. i have a pal in arizona who taught me the best way to remove the membrane. when i get back from work i will come back and provide a link..









i woud have posted the link for the slideshow but photobucket seems to have some kind of virus problem so i did not want to send anyone somewhere where they might get a virus..
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Another membrane removal hint ----- It really helps to use a piece of paper towel to help you "grab" the membrane - it's really slippery stuff !!!

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Ohhh, Bente, your killin' me man. Those rigs look awesome. Put some in Fedex for me.

I love to cook but don't get the time to do it all that often. Thanks a bunch for the membrane removal tips. When I get the urge to do ribs I head for Costco as they have some great meat there. Luckily for our waistlines our Costco isn't all that convenient.
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BENTE, wow you just made me hungry,and I just finished lunch. I'll be in Myrtle Beach in June, stop by! Bring da ribs!!!!!!! Thanks for the pics. I think I just gained two pounds looking at them.
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Here is the link from my pal in az. it is the easiest way i have found Click Here


yea i am a Egghead!!

and pretty durn proud of it... i love to cook! especially on the egg i have 3 of them and they all get used
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