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St Louis style ribs

Postby JustinCouch » Sun May 07, 2017 2:40 pm

Back to basics. Trimmed the fat and silver skin, wostershire sause salt pepper garlic salt and season salt. Just like my Dad does. Plain Kraft BBQ sauce. Will update as it cooks.
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby Txdragon » Sun May 14, 2017 8:26 am

Either these have to be the lowest, slowest ribs ever and are still cookin', or SOMEBODY forgot to update!! :laughing7: :laughing7:
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby JustinCouch » Sun May 14, 2017 8:55 am

They are almost done. Wife took the phone that afternoon and I pure Dee forgot about the post. They were better this time.
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby Txdragon » Sun May 14, 2017 9:30 am

JustinCouch wrote:They are almost done. Wife took the phone that afternoon and I pure Dee forgot about the post. They were better this time.



:laughing7: :laughing7: :laughing7: Did you cook these in the drum?
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby JustinCouch » Sun May 14, 2017 9:58 am

Yea. I found an old cookie tin that I laid over the fire basket. It helped with overcooking the bottom. Still trying to find that perfect taste. I want to learn more about flavor profiles​. That's what I have been trying to do with the different rubs.
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby Txdragon » Sun May 14, 2017 10:05 am

JustinCouch wrote:Yea. I found an old cookie tin that I laid over the fire basket. It helped with overcooking the bottom. Still trying to find that perfect taste. I want to learn more about flavor profiles​. That's what I have been trying to do with the different rubs.


You add any herbs at all; Rosemary, Thyme, Sage, etc?
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby JustinCouch » Sun May 14, 2017 10:23 am

Not yet, but will try. I know I like Rosemary. What all do you pit on your ribs?
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby Txdragon » Sun May 14, 2017 11:42 am

JustinCouch wrote:Not yet, but will try. I know I like Rosemary. What all do you pit on your ribs?


I use a little sage in my rub from time to time. I keep my rib rub pretty simple though.. Salt, pepper, onion, garlic, paprika, cumin, brown sugar. I am leaning away from chili powder as I find it can get a touch bitter for my taste. A little dab for some extra color is about all I will add.
To that, I will sometimes add some ground sage or a bit of ground fennel seed.
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Re: St Louis style ribs

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sun May 14, 2017 1:31 pm

I've used some different rubs from Sucklebuster's (Pecan, Hoochie Mama, Clucker Dust, Hog Waller) and also McCormick (their generic Q-rub). But the one everyone seems to love is when I toss the dregs of all the aforementioned together. :laughing7:
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