Louisiana Rib Rack on The WEbber

Discussion in 'Geek Recipes' started by Uki, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. Uki

    Uki Member

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    I got a little creative today and cooked a Louisina Rib Rack courtesy of bbq pit boys.

    Butcher only had pork loin rack, so I had to make do and adjusted the recipe a bit. Will definitely be making the spare ribs when they are available next.

    Because it was a rack, about 950g, I cooked at a higher temp - around 150/160. All up it took about 3-3.5 hours

    But boy was the result great. I highly reccomend - some of the most succulent deliciously flavoured and succulent pork I've eaten. I've been to the states and had their pit bbq food too - and this recipe tastes as good! :cool:

    Dry Rub Recipe

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    Soaking the Hickory

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    Mustarding the Pork Rack

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    Applying the Dry Rub

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    Charring the Coals

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    Water Pan for Moisture

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    Basting Sauce

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    1/2 hour Point

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    Basted

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    Finished Cooking :D

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    Sliced so Easily!

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    Fingerlickin good! - Served with homemade coleslaw, corn and chicken flavoured rice.

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    Of Coures more Sauce though ;)

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  2. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Damn you for making me drool :(

    That really does look awesome.....I could go some right now.
     
  3. Wacko02

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    wow, that looks fantastically moist!
     
  4. scon

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    Man, doesn't smoking meat make it look amazing? No way you can get that awesome laquer on it otherwise. Might have to make me some ribs this weekend.
     
  5. pugsley

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    The bbq pit boys make some amazing food. I have to sit with a bowl under me whenever i watch their vids to catch the drool.

    This thread has the same effect ;)
     
  6. epirb

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    At the risk of being not only a complete and utter weber noob, but also a pain in the arse - how many coals do you use there? additionally, do you add more whilst cooking?
     
  7. waksimus

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    Where did you get the hickory wood chunks from?
    Im finding them impossible to find over here...
     
  8. renagade

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    Do you have BBQ Galore?
    They sell them.
     
  9. waksimus

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    Ive looked at a few BBQ Galore stores but they dont stock them so thought they stopped selling chunks... heaps of chips though..

    Cheers for that.
     

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