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I Solved The Rib Matrix!

For years I have been trying to cook ribs on the grill.

I have tried numerous ways and they all were not right for me.

Then I bought the Weber Rotisserie and they came out perfect.

Marinate over night in red wine and lemon juice.

Season them with assorted spices.

two hours at 275-300.

Then on the grill for 10 minutes while saucing them.


Do not say anything about par-boiling them boiled meat is gross.

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this is how i cook mine.

i get on my bike and ride over to Mindys, tell the lady i want a full slab and then someone brings me this tasty meal



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do the bones slide right out?

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do the bones slide right out?
It holds on the bone where you can pull them apart and not have a mess. Yet when your done the bone is clean.

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you have to do what vcook said. Cook them at a very low temp. And you need to use a rub too. You rub your meat. it gives it flavor
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I cook them in a pan with water and two lemons halved. Cook in an oven for 2 hours @ 350 degrees covered with foil. Remove foil, cook another 15 min. Take them out, put some watered down sweet baby rays on them, then either chill and they will keep for a week. Or put directly on the grill for about 12 min, to crispen them up, keeping a close eye on them. The high sugar content of bbq sause wull cause them to char. I guarentee they will fall off the bone.
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For years I have been trying to cook ribs on the grill.

I have tried numerous ways and they all were not right for me.

Then I bought the Weber Rotisserie and they came out perfect.

Marinate over night in red wine and lemon juice.

Season them with assorted spices.

two hours at 275-300.

Then on the grill for 10 minutes while saucing them.


Do not say anything about par-boiling them boiled meat is gross.
Damn that sounds good. I hate boiled meat as well.

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Lots of great ways to do ribs.. the most important thing is to give them acidity while slowly cooking to break up and dissolve the connective tissue.. this means using onions, lemons, vinegar or any combination thereof. Rubbing sets in some great flavor too, and causing a steaming action (not boiling) helps again to further dissolve away the connective tissue. The sauce is for the last part, and it's almost always yummier to make your own w/ honey and/or brown sugar and/or molasses and then your cumin, ketchup, dry mustard, pepper, etc..

yummy yummy stuff.

I foil encase mine that have been rubbed and sitting 24 hrs w/ the lemons and onions in it with a little bit of a dilluted white wine (usually about 1/2 cup) and seal them up good.. after about 4-5 hrs on a low heat, remove and grill/baste w/ the sauce.

that reminds me, I have 6 full baby back slabs sitting in the freezer I need to do something with

For years I've wanted a Rotisserie for the grill but have been too damned lazy to just go get one....

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Give them a nice spice rub, let them sit for 30min-1hr. Add wood chips to the prepared coals. Toss the ribs on meat side down to sear. Flip and put bone side down. Then move to the outer ring of the grill to slow cook. During the last 10mins of cooking sauce both sides and let the sauce grill a bit near center, even char. Remove and let rest for 10 mins. EAT.

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Here's how I cook them...

Fill crock pot with equal parts of apple juice and beer. Put them in on LOW for about 2 hours after the liquid has heated up. Do not let it boil! Them take them out and throw over some red hot coals and baste with favorite BBQ sauce. Man are they good, and they fall right off the bone.

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man i am hungry now!



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I figured out that matrix years ago........I started driving to portillos and getting them whenever I wanted.

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I figured out that matrix years ago........I started driving to portillos and getting them whenever I wanted.
Nasty, say it's no so...............There good in a pinch bit nothing beat firing up the Weber with some hot coals.

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i dont like portillos, i like a sweet smoky tasting sause. there's is like some cheap ass hunts57 tangy shit.



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We should make a Cooking/Recipes Forum on here...It sounds kinda ghey, but on another car site I go on, they have one, and a lot of people share some good recipes and tips or tricks. Sounds like a lot of people on here have some good recipes and knowledge of cooking, and I myself enjoy cooking a lot and hearing new ideas.

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i dont like portillos, i like a sweet smoky tasting sause. there's is like some cheap ass hunts57 tangy shit.
+1 sweet and smoky is where it's at. I like it with some bite though as well. Like Sweet, Spicy, and Smoky would be ideal.

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We should make a Cooking/Recipes Forum on here...It sounds kinda ghey, but on another car site I go on, they have one, and a lot of people share some good recipes and tips or tricks. Sounds like a lot of people on here have some good recipes and knowledge of cooking, and I myself enjoy cooking a lot and hearing new ideas.
I had a good BBQ thread on sportbikes until the server crashed.

mmm hot ribs with meat falling off the bone with a not too spicy bbq sauce. I have to check my freezer.
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No, seriously, I've seen them on several other automotive forums, they're really cool if you ask me. Can get some awesome tips and advice from other people! Lets start a petition.

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I put them in the oven @ 200 degrees for about 3-4 hours then onthe grill for about 10 minutes and add my Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce. They fall off the bone everytime!

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I like them still a little firm. Don't like when they just fall off the bone. If I want those I just bake them rather than messing with the grill. Don't get me wrong I don't want to play tug of war or feel like I am eating beef jerky but I don't ant mush either.

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I like them still a little firm. Don't like when they just fall off the bone. If I want those I just bake them rather than messing with the grill. Don't get me wrong I don't want to play tug of war or feel like I am eating beef jerky but I don't ant mush either.

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"You rub your meat" Butt Rub really does work and taste good though.

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No, seriously, I've seen them on several other automotive forums, they're really cool if you ask me. Can get some awesome tips and advice from other people! Lets start a petition.
I'll sign the petition. There's been a lot of good recipes posted on here, but I'm way too lazy to search for them.
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