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Discussion in 'Grilling Pork' started by c farmer, Oct 11, 2013.
Should be good. Keep the pics coming.
I will, might be a late supper.
I know----I'm late for the Party!!!
3-2-1 for me too!!! About 240*
I am running 250 right now.
Will wrapping get the ribs done quicker?
It will get them done a little quicker. The main reason is to get them tender. When you remove from the foil you are firming them back up.
Ahhh, Got ya.
3 hours in, should I foil?
No foil! Let them ride!
The last ribs i did I didn't foil just to see how they would be. I really liked them, they were very tender but not fall off the bone mushy. They had a much nicer texture!
These are just my opinions on my first no foil ribs but I will be doing it again!
looks like you might want to go a little longer, but if you foil be sure to add some apple juice or maybe a Dr Pepper for moisture
I have never foiled ribs. But these are BIG.
Stay tuned for more pics.
Sometimes I foil, sometimes not! I like without but everyone else likes when I wrap...gotta keep the crowd happy!
Those are looking good!!!
Can't wait to see the finished product.
The only crowd is me tonight.
I have never foiled ribs, but this is a BIG RACK.
how big is it? (she said)
6 lb. I havent seen one that big before.
Let it up to the wife to throw a wrench in it. LOL
Those look excellent! Is the skirt still attached to that rack ? I've never tried cooking it that way. I'll be interested in seeing how it turns out.
Try foiling! If you don't like the results don't do it again...
Have fun and enjoy!
Thanks, I have no idea what I have.
But I hope it is good.
I'm sure it will be, the pics are making me hungry again!
I'm leaning toward letting them ride as well. Just depends on the pull back and bark ratio... Know what i mean??