Written by adam on Sep 5, 2006
Labor Day Ribs
Just wanted to share a picture with you. It's almost pointless to put barbeque recipes here on the web. It's not an exact science, and definitely something you don't learn just by reading a web site. If you really want to learn the was of the Que, pick up some barbeque books such as Dr. BBQ and Anything by Steven Raichlen. Then watch BBQ University on PBS for a couple of months, throw in some BBQ recap shows on the food network and a whole lot of practice, and you just might get it. Heck, I don't even get it yet.
This picture is of my ribs I cooked with a my homemade barbeque glaze. It's a special recipe of my own that I've been perfecting for months now. I think I have it down now.
Responses to "Labor Day Ribs" ...
Very nice...did you add the glaze throughout the process, or add it at the end?
I like the way the meat has pulled away from the edges of the bones. A clear sign that those ribs were done the right way.
Mighty nice looking ribs there. A messy meal waiting to happen!
Damn those ribs look good.
My husband smokes ribs. We had 'em last weekend. I'm trying to get him to start a food blog as well and join your grill carnival. We've done a lot of recipes out of Dr. BBQ's book. It helped to take a lot of guess work out of the process. We like to create our own sauces and rubs as well. Our labor day getaway is to the Best of the West rib cook-off in Sparks, Nevada. I'd love to be a judge at one of those someday.