Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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smoked some meat last friday (loin, bacon, ham, turkey and "spare ribs".)
meat was perfect. spare ribs turned out to be ribs from the loin. They came
out OK, but not perfect. a bit on the dry side. still trying te get the ribs
right next time

Adriaan

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A. Kesteloo wrote:
smoked some meat last friday (loin, bacon, ham, turkey and "spare ribs".)
meat was perfect. spare ribs turned out to be ribs from the loin. They came
out OK, but not perfect. a bit on the dry side. still trying te get the ribs
right next time

Adriaan

link to pictures:
http://www.creativeimpulse.nl/temp/


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On Apr 11, 2:59 pm, Sonoran Dude wrote:

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A. Kesteloo wrote:
smoked some meat last friday (loin, bacon, ham, turkey and "spare
ribs".) meat was perfect. spare ribs turned out to be ribs from the
loin. They came out OK, but not perfect. a bit on the dry side. still
trying te get the ribs right next time

Adriaan



You wuz drinkin' the wrong kind of "beer".

Looks to me like you had loin backs and some type of perversion of loin
backs.

IMNSHO, those ain't ribs and I wouldn't cook 'em on a dare. Spares are
where it's at.


Baby back AKA loin back ribs share too many similarities with pork loins,
IE, too lean, too dry, no flavor.


TFM®




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