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    Halloween Ribs

    Found this rib presentation on the Internet a few years ago, and have reproduced it a few times. Not sure I've ever posted here.....

    Anyway, the cook is pretty standard. I did a high heat babyback cook a la Mr. Lampe on my 26er. Temps ran at about 300 degrees for 3 hours or so. Glazed with my house sauce mixed with honey with 30 and 15 minutes left to go. Sliced into 2-bone portions to serve.....

    Rubbed (DP Red Eye Express):



    On the grill setup indirect:



    ....and after 3 hours plus glaze:



    Plated up, Halloween style!!

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    The "intestines" are beef lil smokies simmered in a bit of BBQ sauce. Always a fun way to liven up the Halloween buffet!

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    Ribs look great & Id like a plate of those intestines please!

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    Looks great!
    Not too scary.
    Nice work.
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    Spooktacular Rich!
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    Great presentation Rich. Barb and I are doing HH St Louis spares tonight, I made my first time smoked chuck steak chili for Halloween, super good.
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    That's an awesome presentation Rich, now just past a plate full this way. Please.
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    Nice idea. Good work !
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    I'm trick or treating at your place next year!

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    Nice bones and intestines. Really like the cook.
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    Thanks for the comments, everyone!

    Aside from having a bit of fun with my food, I have to say I'm sold on the HH method for these ribs. They were really good, and I was pleased that temp control on the kettle was pretty decent.

    R

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