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rose superhead
Since: Jul '14
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August 30th to Sept 4th Reno y'all


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tophat Buttlvr
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 457 - 11 Reviews


Doesn't give me wood but sure makes me hungry 







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rose superhead
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 1049 - 22 Reviews


is the foodie forum suppose to give you wood?







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tophat pohaku
Since: Nov '14
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I heard that rib BBQ have distinct 2 school of styles.  chewy and falling off the bone tender.

I prefer the tender ones 


Love Eastern North Carolina Vinegar Sauce but I use molasses instead of brown sugar.


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tophat Elvis P
Since: Jan '16
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I heard that rib BBQ have distinct 2 school of styles.  chewy and falling off the bone tender.

I prefer the tender ones.






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Who prefers chewy meat?!? People are usually willing to pay extra to ensure a tender cut of meat (e.g. filet mignon and ribeye).







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tophat pohaku
Since: Nov '14
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tophat acguy
Since: Feb '15
pushpin 170 - 5 Reviews


No. A correctly cooked rib is neither. On a correctly cooked rib, if you take a bite out of the meat, you should be able to bite all the way through cleanly. And, with a slight tug, the meat should come away from the bone cleanly. If the rib is under cooked, it won't bite through or it won't tug away from the bone but rather be chewy and stick to the bone. If the rib is over cooked, it will fall off the bone as you pick it up.







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rose superhead
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 1049 - 22 Reviews


my lunch today yup fall off the bone delicious!


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tophat acguy
Since: Feb '15
pushpin 170 - 5 Reviews


I hope you enjoyed them superhead! They don't look like the kind of rib I'd enjoy myself but that's just me. I'm a bit of a BBQ snob.







Koala
tophat JJLICKIT
Since: Apr '15
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Maybe you need some BBQ sauce on there !







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rose superhead
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 1049 - 22 Reviews


Nope I don't like alot of sauce messes up my manicure and yes I enjoyed every BIT! 







tophat Kendo
Since: Jan '17
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So how do you know they are not ribs you would enjoy?

they look fine to me. Nice crisp outer layer. Meat looks tender on the inside.

i gotta tast it.







tophat acguy
Since: Feb '15
pushpin 170 - 5 Reviews


First, I look a more substantial rub on ribs. I prefer the common "sweet heat" to the rib. My rub has a substantial amount of sugar, a variety of other spices including cayenne. Next is I don't see a smoke ring. It doesn't look like the rib had time to cook down the fat or form a smoke ring. So in the end the "chew" isn't what I prefer. And I like a bit of "wet" or BBQ sauce to finish the rib. I'm not saying it's not a tasty rib. Lots of people will really enjoy it. It's just not my kind of rib.







tophat Kendo
Since: Jan '17
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Spoken like a chef

got it. Now that's  what I'll look for in my own ribs.







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rose superhead
Since: Jul '14
pushpin 1049 - 22 Reviews


well that's why there's so many choices at the ribcook off it's huge and fun not everyone likes the same thing how boring would life be if that were the case. 









Koala
tophat JJLICKIT
Since: Apr '15
pushpin 2857 - 13 Reviews


I was actually replying to acguy. That maybe he needs some BBQ sauce on there. I think it looks tasty! I like Dry rub slow cooked even BBQ sauce on there. It's all good! If your not getting messy with BBQ sauce dripping all over than your bit eating Ribs properly. Just kidding! Finger Licking Tasty!!!







tophat acguy
Since: Feb '15
pushpin 170 - 5 Reviews


Sauce is good but like I said previously, I look for other things as well. I'm just as picky with the other stuff I cook. I do a lot of fundraiser stuff with BBQ now. Everyone that's had it will tell you I'm my own worst critic. LOL!! A properly cooked pigsickle is hard to beat.