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TasunkaWitko View Drop Down
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    Posted: 07 December 2008 at 04:21

from SDhunter at

Quote I always save the good ribs, at least the ones that don't have holes in them. Wink

Try this for cooking them.
Throw them on the grill on low heat approx 250-300 degrees. Cook to get the fat dripped off, not to "cook" the meat. The fat can really ruin the edibility. Anyone who has had it coat the inside of their mouth can attest.

Then I throw them in a crockpot or big electric cooker. Cover with barbeque sauce. Whatever brand/flavor you like, or experiment with homemade. I also add whole fresh mushrooms and a package of hot dogs.

Cook on low heat until done. ENJOY! My family fights over all of it. The hot dogs add flavor and are fantaastic in their own right. The mushrooms disappear pretty quick too.

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