BBQ rib recipes-need help please..

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  • tankardtankard Posts: 6,751 Admiral
    Fish Haid wrote: »
    Put ribs in crock pot. Add ranch dressing and au-jus powder. Cook and eat.


    I can vouch for this.

    Fish Haid's ribs are top-notch, I like to add a little salt though.
  • SouthFloridaAnglerSouthFloridaAngler Posts: 3,164 Captain
    You gotta put like a gallon of ranch dressing in the crockpot.
  • tankardtankard Posts: 6,751 Admiral
    Yes, or you can use multiple packets of the powdered stuff.

    Then add some buttermilk and...mmmmmmm!
  • FibberMckeeFibberMckee Posts: 12,837 Officer
    Sorry, they may taste delicious, but ranch dressing & buttermilk crockpot ribs sound cringe worthy.

    Want my ribs to render away a big percentage of their excess fat over wood or charcoal & brown.

    Do not want to add 2 doses of fat, then marinate & simmer in all that fat.

    What's next? Breaded, deep fried, cheese stuffed ribs wrapped in bacon?
  • haydenfox!#$haydenfox!#$ Posts: 2,368 Captain
    What's next? Breaded, deep fried, cheese stuffed ribs wrapped in bacon?

    Wait a minute now, you might be on to something...
  • tankardtankard Posts: 6,751 Admiral
    Sorry, they may taste delicious, but ranch dressing & buttermilk crockpot ribs sound cringe worthy.

    Want my ribs to render away a big percentage of their excess fat over wood or charcoal & brown.

    Do not want to add 2 doses of fat, then marinate & simmer in all that fat.


    Don't knock it till you try it.

    If you want to do a lower-fat version, you can fill the crockpot with BBQ sauce, of course that can get a little pricey so you can stretch it out with water or beer.

    Works with chicken wings, too.
  • GifisherGifisher Posts: 62 Greenhorn
    Pretty lively discussion on ribs-gotta love the FS forum!
    Guess there's lots of ways to skin a cat (or cook a pig…)

    Thanks again for all the suggestions and great advice :driver:
  • FibberMckeeFibberMckee Posts: 12,837 Officer
    Didn't "knock it". Said "they may taste delicious".
    tankard wrote: »
    Don't knock it till you try it.

    If somebody is serving them I'm trying them. But, SORRY, am never going to "fill the crockpot with BBQ sauce" or Ranch Dressing & Buttermilk - to do ribs.

    Want ribs that taste like smoked meat, NOT sauce.

    Haven't had chicken wings in years, they're primarily fat & sauce. Was a time I lined up for them at Archie Moore's. Will take my chicken whole, halved, quartered, legs, or thighs - but you're welcome to the wings.
  • old thompsonold thompson Posts: 6,497 Officer
    Fat tastes AWESOME!

    So, I got a bolt gun and an ox, how do you make roast beast Fibber?
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  • FlashFlash Posts: 11,143 AG
    ZimmerNole wrote: »
    I never have, nor will purchase his secret rub.

    I found this online a year ago and have used it to the T "magic dust"

    http://bbq.about.com/od/rubrecipes/r/bl50617d.htm

    Night before:

    Remove membrane, cover with yellow mustard, cover with rub. Wrap with saran wrap and into the fridge.

    Day of:

    More rub, set smoker to 225, smoke at 225 for 3 hours-bone down, remove ribs from smoker, wrap in foil, add 1:1 apple juice and good beer bones UP for 2 hours, remove from foil and back into smoker for final hour. Baste with sauce during last 15 minutes, 3 times every 5 minutes.

    3-2-1

    It is actually quite good, along with his sauce, worth the $$
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