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Date Posted: 18:52:17 03/13/03 Thu
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: Peter 's message, "Re: Here is the Rub and Mop for the beef ribs" on 22:16:36 03/12/03 Wed

Peter, I really never did take or notice a temp when I did them but I would take a guess at 200 or just under.
I cooked them direct so you don`t want to go too hot, take your time, crack open a beer or 4 and keep em stacked and rotating and render that fat out..LOL

don`t be shy to make up a double batch of that mop and slather it like theres no tomorrow..

Mop

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