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 Post subject: Missouri-Style Barbequed Ribs
PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2013 9:40 am 
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Missouri-Style Barbequed Ribs


Ingredients:

2 tb Salt

2 tb Chili powder

1/4 c Sugar

4 tb Paprika

2 tb Cumin, ground

2 ea Racks of 3/down pork ribs**

2 tb Pepper, black, fresh ground

Basting Sauce

1 3/4 c Vinegar, white

1 tb Salt

2 tb Hot pepper sauce

1 tb Pepper, black, fresh ground

2 tb Sugar

The term "3/down" refers to the weight of the ribs. In this case, it is three pounds or less for each slab of 10 to 12 ribs. Combine salt, sugar, cumin, pepper, chili powder and paprika to make barbeque rub. Rub ribs thoroughly with this mixture. Place ribs on baking sheets and cook in 180 degree oven for 3 hours. Do not turn; slow cooking infuses spices. Remove from oven. (ribs may now be covered and refrigerated up to 2 days before grilling) Use very low charcoal fire with rack set as high as possible. Grill ribs 5 minutes to 30 minutes per side, depending on heat and temperature of ribs. Ribs should have light outer crust and be heated throughout. If you prefer juicy ribs, coat with basting sauce just before removing from grill. Otherwise serve dry with sauce on side. Remove ribs from grill, cut in between bones and serve.


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 Post subject: Re: Missouri-Style Barbequed Ribs
PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2013 10:15 pm 
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The 3 new recipes sound good Steve.


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 Post subject: Re: Missouri-Style Barbequed Ribs
PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:54 pm 
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Oh I am a barbecue fiend! That sounds epic!

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