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Parboiling Baby Back Ribs???

I add a little water so the drippings don't burn on the bottom of the pan. I then use the drippings as a mop before the bbq glazing starts. I love doing this for butts and pulled pork too.

Jan 21, 2010
Whitetail in Home Cooking

Parboiling Baby Back Ribs???

You can do wonderful things with an old Weber Kettle from a yard sale. Set it up indirect, all the heat on one side, meat on the other, and the top vent on the same side as the meat. I cook with smoke in the winter and can easily maintain 225 for hours with one chimney of coal, the bottom vent wide open and the top vent 3/4 closed. I've cooked ribs, butts,and even whole turkeys on that little 22" grill. They are remarkably efficient. And hey, the cool thing about doing it yourself is you can do it the way you want...there is no such things as the way it should be in my mind. I just shoot for simplicity by understanding the interactions between meat, smoke, heat, marinades, and rubs.

Jan 21, 2010
Whitetail in Home Cooking