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Date Posted: 17:22:42 03/12/03 Wed
Author: Mop
Author Host/IP: d141-134-93.home.cgocable.net / 24.141.134.93
Subject: Re: Here is the Rub and Mop for the beef ribs
In reply to: BBQfan1 's message, "Re: Here is the Rub and Mop for the beef ribs" on 23:57:51 03/11/03 Tue

Mike, I have only tried it the way I described.
The beef ribs have so much fat on them that drying out hasn`t been a problem, maybe the 'pyramid' type stacking of the ribs while cooking plays a part in keeping them moist?????
I can see 'not' separating pork ribs because of their thin shape but those beef ribs are big and fat.

Like I said, its the only way I have ever done them and its only been a few times so I`m sure there are many many ways of doing them differently.

Mop

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