Quikie Country Ribs

Discussion in 'Pork' started by ptjd, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. ptjd

    ptjd Smoke Blower

    OK, my main objective today was Canadian Bacon (posted on bacon forum) but needed to have dinner so I went and bought a small pack of Country ribs. Since I had the tenderloin soaking in the cure/brine I added the ribs for a few hours and then smoked.
    210 for 3 hours then wrapped in foil with apple juice/red wine for 2, then at a higher temp (270) for another hour.

  2. stacks

    stacks Smoke Blower

    They sure look good.
  3. cowgirl

    cowgirl Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Mmmm...those look awesome PTJD!
  4. They look great PT. I was eyeing the Country's at the market yesterday while I was hoarding up all of the pork butts. Now I wish I had picked myself up a pack or 2.

    Great job, they really do look tasty!!![​IMG]
  5. ptjd

    ptjd Smoke Blower

    Thanks to all, for some reason the country ribs seem easy to cook and cheap,they are quite tasty!
    I forgot to add, I applied Jeff's rub to the pork also.
  6. travcoman45

    travcoman45 Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Oh yeah! Them country style are tastey treats indeed!
  7. camp_cookie

    camp_cookie Smoking Fanatic

    Nice looking grub.
  8. ptjd

    ptjd Smoke Blower

    I think a lot has to do with fat content, I love Ribeye my wife likes Filet.
    The Country ribs seem to have a higher fat content.
  9. tony111

    tony111 Smoke Blower

    Nice looking ribs..I like the wheels on your Masterbuilt
  10. ptjd

    ptjd Smoke Blower

    Tony, bought the wheels at Westlake hardware, screws right in, about $4 - $5 /each, works great.
  11. I've been looking to put wheels on my MES,thanks for the info. PTJD.[​IMG]
  12. short one

    short one Smoking Fanatic OTBS Member

  13. richtee

    richtee Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    As mentioned earlier countrys are just a band sawed butt... same fat content...same meat. I have tied a pack of countrys back together and made pulled pork...heh.

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