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Posted by: Dave in Florida on 2013/04/03 18:57:31  

Saw that I had some spares from Restaurant Depot in the freezer and said to myself, self you need to cook those ribs! I didn't realize they come 4 to a pack since I usually get them at Sam's and they come 3 to a pack.

Of course I did them turbo style. 350 dome, 4 chunks of peach wood, indirect, drip pan with 50/50 apple juice and water in the drip pan. 1 hour bone side up, 1 hour bone side down. Misted with apple juice every 30 mins.

Decided to Do half in Cluck & Squeal and half in Oakridge BBQ Secret Weapon rubs.



Uncle Kenny's Original and Mustard got the call for the sauce of choice.



Passed the bend test and looking good all saucy.



All sliced up and ready to be devoured.



Just how I like them, single bite tender with a little tug.



Plus I like the "OMG these are so friggin good" comments. I may be a little bias, but they were pretty friggin good.

Dave in Florida

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