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    I decided yesterday to make some using the 3-2-1 method.

    Pulled membrane and slapped on some of my rub.

    Threw em on the egg at 240*

    after 3 hours I pulled em off to be wrapped in foil

    Used some cold bacon grease and dark brown sugar on both sides of the ribs and about a 1/4 cup apple juice and wrapped up secure in foil.

    Back on the egg for another 2 hours.

    Took off the foil and put em back on for another hour. I could tell at this point that they would be tender.

    1 hour later, I pulled em off and foundered.

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    I bought a egg about 2 months ago. I need to do some ribs on it. Yours look great.

    IowaDuckHunter

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    I’ve had a egg for 3 years & love ribs on it. Yours look great!

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    Quote by: IowaDuckHunter

    I bought a egg about 2 months ago. I need to do some ribs on it. Yours look great.

    Thanks DuckHunter,

    I’ve done ribs several different ways and I think that this is my favorite. Good luck with your Egg and if you would like to compare notes, shoot me a pm.

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    I had buyers remorse like crazy… But when you taste the product off a BGE and the complements. With the ease of preparation… No cooker like it!!! I absolutely love mine and so does my family and neighbors! Nice ribs!!!

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    Quote by: Hdnpowrz

    I had buyers remorse like crazy… But when you taste the product off a BGE and the complements. With the ease of preparation… No cooker like it!!! I absolutely love mine and so does my family and neighbors! Nice ribs!!!

    Very well put, Hdnpowrz! 😉 Thanks.

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    Quote by: PCI

    I’ve had a egg for 3 years & love ribs on it. Yours look great!

    Thanks PCI, Means alot as I know you can cook. B)

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    What time is dinner? :mrgreen:

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    Quote by: anderson_dc

    What time is dinner? :mrgreen:

    Anytime, ya just gotta come on over.

    and cross two other states while your’e at it. 😆

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