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Old 12-27-2011, 23:22   #1
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Wanna be a BBQ Rib God ??

Try this: Best meaty rack O' ribs you can find cut into two rib pieces.

Boil ribs in Orange Crush Soda until cooked through.

Slather with you favorite BBQ sauce and throw on the grill until the sauce is caramelized.

Accept compliments graciously.
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Originally Posted by 12Carat View Post
Try this: Best meaty rack O' ribs you can find cut into two rib pieces.

Boil ribs in Orange Crush Soda until cooked through.

Slather with you favorite BBQ sauce and throw on the grill until the sauce is caramelized.

Accept compliments graciously.
That's double blasphemy.
1st, the God part.....
2nd, the boiling ribs part! LOL
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Old 02-02-2012, 19:12   #3
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I've heard of Par Boiling Ribs (15mins) and steaming in Beer but Orange Crush?

I used to use a Brown Sugar, Salt, and black pepper Rub with Garlic and Onion powder.

My Wife and I both had Bypass (Bariatric) Surgery and can't tolerate suger.
Now we just rub w/Kosher salt, garlic powder and black pepper.

Still comes out pretty tasty, but I miss that sweet crunchy crust.
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Originally Posted by 2dumb2kwit View Post
That's double blasphemy.
1st, the God part.....
2nd, the boiling ribs part! LOL
I agree, smoke ribs, drink soda. Easy.
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Originally Posted by 12Carat View Post
Try this: Best meaty rack O' ribs you can find cut into two rib pieces.

Boil ribs in Orange Crush Soda until cooked through.

Slather with you favorite
bond cleaners brisbane and throw on the grill until the sauce is caramelized.

Accept compliments graciously.
You need to share some links to get BBQ sauce. I need them so please tell from where I could purchase it

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...so crazy, it just might work.

Thanks for the tip. I typically smoke 'em with a dry rub, but this sounds pretty interesting.
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Old 01-18-2013, 10:44   #7
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that's sort of the way the black folks down on peachtree in hotlanta do ribs. they parboil ribs in seasoned water or beer for awhile then onto a grate on a bucket of coals to finish. they baste frequently with salty, hot crushed peppered vinegar until browned well about 30 mins. when I was working down there one of the blacks on the crew I pushed turned me on to this goings-on. feller can drive down the street sunday after church lets out and find cooking and buy a brown paper bag of ribs to go for cheap. mitee tasty.

might add that a white feller should keep a very low profile though.
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Originally Posted by Benton Quest View Post
I agree, smoke ribs, drink soda. Easy.
Smoke em for 6-7 hrs with slight dry rub and drink plenty of George Dickel along the way while watching football. Kansas City style all the way
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I generally stick to rubs, as I'm not keen to using BBQ sauce during the cooking process. But this boiling business is intriguing. You say, "until cooked through" are you checking for temp?

P.S. I just pulled off some pork shoulder for church potluck today. Marinaded for about six hours in a ginger/soy with lemongrass vinegar base. Some sugar in there too (though I like to avoid that). Then slow cook smoked over non-direct heat. Held at about 155 degrees for 2.5 hours. The wood I used was red oak scraps.
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Any body ... put horseradish of any kind, into their own BBQ. sauce? My Sister does add horseradish (bottled).... I can EAT IT, BUT I BELEIVE IT WOULD BE BETTER WITHOUT IT.
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I'll be honest. That sounds disgusting. Then again, Arby's has "Horsey Sauce". Although that is hardly barbecue.
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I like horse radish sauce (Yes, I like horsey sauce) on beef.....but I just can't imagine it on my Q, or ribs.
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I add a bit of horseradish to my bbq sauce which is heinz with salsa added maybe some beer if on hand to cut down the sweetness (molasses & corn syrup). fond of it. if beef all the better.
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Originally Posted by Marlin 45 carbine View Post
I add a bit of horseradish to my bbq sauce which is heinz with salsa added maybe some beer if on hand to cut down the sweetness (molasses & corn syrup). fond of it. if beef all the better.
Heck....maybe horseradish is that little something that my bbq sauce is missing! Hahaha.
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beef ribs are great w/a bit of horsey added into the basting sauce.
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