BBQ Pork Recipes

Smoked BBQ Ribs

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Follow these directions to make the best smoked BBQ ribs you have ever had!

Preheat your smoker and adjust the box temperature to between 250 – 275 degrees. Be sure to use a water pan so they don’t dry out.

Start with a full rack of Pork Loin Back Ribs
Season them with the following rub:
½ cup black pepper
¼ cup salt (I use Pink Himalayan salt)
1 TBSP Chili Powder
1 tsp Garlic Powder
½ tsp Onion Powder
½ tsp Smoked Paprika

NOTE: this will make much more rub than you will need for this recipe. I make larger quantities and use it on all my pork dishes.

Place the ribs in your smoker, close the lid and come back in two hours.

In two hours, check the ribs to see where they are in the process. The meat should be getting soft, and the bark forming on the outside. Spray them with apple cider vinegar.

Fifteen or thirty minutes later, wrap the ribs tightly in foil, and return to the smoker, maintaining the temperature for another two hours.

At four hours in, check the ribs for doneness by lifting them with a towel to see that they are flexible, but not soggy. When they bend easily and before they fall apart, they are done!

Let rest for 15 – 20 minutes before unwrapping, cut into 1, 2 or 3 rib sections according to your liking and enjoy!

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Bacon Grease Can:
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Vinyl Gloves:
Salt Pig:
Instant Read Thermometer:

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SanDisk 128GB Micro Memory Card:
SanDisk 32GB SD Memory Card:
SD Card Reader:

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