Baby Back Pork Ribs
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Baby Back Pork Ribs
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:05:40 AM. Recipe ID 30767. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Baby back pork ribs
 Categories: Meat
      Yield: 4 Servings
      1    Rack baby back pork ribs per
           -moderately hungry person
           Cider vinegar
           Garlic salt
           Canned black pepper

  These are the worlds best ribs. I know. I was born in Memphis and have lived in Texas and South
  Carolina. I have tried every way there is to prepare ribs on the
  grill. It is dangerous muck about with this recipe. I once even tried
  to use spare ribs and my wife almost cried. These are perfect. There
  is a BBQ joint in heaven. It has one thing on the menu. This is it.
  One rack of  baby back pork ribs per moderately hungry person
  marinate in cider vinegar for a few minutes
  liberal amounts of garlic salt
  liberal amounts of canned black pepper
  The smoker should be at 200-225F. Use a pan of water in the smoker.
  Mesquite, hickory, or oak chunks on natural charcoal. Briquettes are
  filled with petroleum and coal and will give you laboratory rats in
  your bladder. No amount of homebrew will flush them out either. I
  won't even discuss the evils of propane. Should take 2 1/2 hours. For
  an good afforadble smoker, look at the Brinkmann's Porfessiona'
  That's it? Yep. Don't change a thing. Don't use fresh ground pepper or
  cloves of garlic. If you need sauce( you won't ), it goes on the
  side.  And yes, chipotles en adobo make for a great BBQ sauce.

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Recipe ID 30767 (Apr 03, 2005)

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