Re: Grilled ribs? Huh? Is this really barbecue?
- From: "Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Sep 2009 00:45:53 -0500
On 26-Sep-2009, Gene <jiuniver@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:news:937fe20e-f280-48ce-b395-80f497939781@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 14:59:40 -0700, "Nonny" <somebody@xxxxxxx> wrote:
<nailshooter41@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
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No flame here. Hell, I think most of us started out that way, had
true Q ribs, and decided to embark on the long journy to rib
Probably snipped too much of this. We're talking about grilling ribs
as seen on some
TV show. And somebody mentioned ribs being grilled on one of Bobby
I've seen such shows, but They always cooked them indirect on the
shows I saw,
albeit on a weber grill with the hood down.
Hell, I've seen Ollie Gates himself cook ribs direct over an open fire. He
did it on Martha Stuart's show of all places, and he and Martha got snippy
with each other when he was showing how to make sauce, and she started
putting in ingredients in what he considered to be the wrong order. It was
MartyB in KC
In the same light, my Puerto Rican neighbors here cook ribs on a
grill all the time.
They foil them and use the marinade du jour. From what I can tell,
their main grill
master never cooks anything the same way twice. They love my 'Q' but
no attempt to duplicate it. For what it's worth, they're planning a
whole pig cook
in a week or so. The plan is to dig a hole and build a fire with the
pig on a rotisserie
spit up above in the open air. I can't dis the food they make. I've
eaten with them
and they eat good.
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