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Texas Pork Ribs

Reviewed: Jul. 20, 2013
Tried this this weekend. I am a big ribs fan but they are quite expensive in New Zealand so I spent a lot of time looking through the recipes and ended up on this one. I used the rub "as is" and marinated overnight. Cooked them as the recipe states right up until the grilling phase (its too cold here to get the grill going). I made a couple of changes to the sauce (using home made ketchup) and added a little whiskey, liquid smoke and a drop of maple syrup right at the end(Kiwis are a little funny about hot spices). I'm from the UK but I was having guests... I then coated the ribs in some sauce and broiled (grilled to me) them until they browned a little. They were awesome! Lovely sauce, so tender that they fell off the bone (literally with the first rack, good job I had an extra). I would recommend this recipe and method as a great introduction for winning ribs. After you've tried them you can add your own touches and tweeks if you feel the need. Or not. Well worth the effort and thank you for posting!
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