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When I heard those slaughter houses were shutting down afew weeks ago I went a bit "Nuts" stockpiling ahead...

 

Now I cannot shut my freezer door and need to use up and rotate some stuff..

 

I used to work with this "Brotha" his name was "Cardell"..

 

Back in the day he could make these Spareribs in a Crock-Pot and was just like melt in your mouth...

 

Ive looked on my book shelf got recipies for everything else like chops n roast..

 

Worst cast "Scenario" know a Crock-Pot recipe for BBQ Pulled Prok sandwiches perhaps Ill use em up that way

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32 minutes ago, Karl Childers said:

When I heard those slaughter houses were shutting down afew weeks ago I went a bit "Nuts" stockpiling ahead...

 

Now I cannot shut my freezer door and need to use up and rotate some stuff..

 

I used to work with this "Brotha" his name was "Cardell"..

 

Back in the day he could make these Spareribs in a Crock-Pot and was just like melt in your mouth...

 

Ive looked on my book shelf got recipies for everything else like chops n roast..

 

Worst cast "Scenario" know a Crock-Pot recipe for BBQ Pulled Prok sandwiches perhaps Ill use em up that way

 

I have heard of people who fix ribs in a slow cooker or Instant Pot.  I always use my smoker...takes 5 hours to get them to fall-off-the-bone.  That is not the way they should be for a competition, but if just cooking for the friends or family you always cook to the way they prefer (or at least I do).

 

If you don't have a smoker, I found this on Google

 

https://tasty.co/recipe/slow-cooker-ribs

 

I cannot attest to the quality of the recipe.

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16 minutes ago, BatteryPowered said:

 

I have heard of people who fix ribs in a slow cooker or Instant Pot.  I always use my smoker...takes 5 hours to get them to fall-off-the-bone.  That is not the way they should be for a competition, but if just cooking for the friends or family you always cook to the way they prefer (or at least I do).

 

If you don't have a smoker, I found this on Google

 

https://tasty.co/recipe/slow-cooker-ribs

 

I cannot attest to the quality of the recipe.

I only got a Propane Right now..

 

My Charcoal rusted through and Ribs don't work good on a Gasser

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I made some pork ribs in a pressure cooker.

https://www.pressurecookrecipes.com/pressure-cooker-ribs/

Remove membrane from back side of ribs, rub them with spices, stand them on end, put something ceraminc in the middle to keep them standing on end, add 4 cups of applejuice and cook for 25 minutes.

Then I added some more sauce and baked them for ten minutes.

Highly edible.

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18 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

Remove membrane from back side of ribs

 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

One of the  most  important steps

 

 

 

25 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

Got to be boiled first

 

 

not necessary at all

 

 all  you need are  low and  slow in a covered  dish,  I prefer a  cast iron  dutch  oven...  Le Creuset  Goose Pot  would be the best  option

 

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after they are  done,  they  need to be allowed to  cool down.   This is where some  sort of  magic  happens.... then they  get re-sauced  and  put back in the  oven,   baked or  broiled (my preference)  to  re heat and  caramelize the sauce

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Karl Childers said:

When I heard those slaughter houses were shutting down afew weeks ago I went a bit "Nuts" stockpiling ahead...

 

Now I cannot shut my freezer door and need to use up and rotate some stuff..

 

I used to work with this "Brotha" his name was "Cardell"..

 

Back in the day he could make these Spareribs in a Crock-Pot and was just like melt in your mouth...

 

Ive looked on my book shelf got recipies for everything else like chops n roast..

 

Worst cast "Scenario" know a Crock-Pot recipe for BBQ Pulled Prok sandwiches perhaps Ill use em up that way

good luck, me never had no luck in rib crocky pots. May I suggest ribeyes on a grill?

 

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Tear the membrane off the back of the ribs.  Rub generously with some good rib rub.

Put some liquid smoke and water in the bottom of the crock pot.

Put a couple small plates in the bottom of the post and lay the ribs on top of the plates.

You want to keep the meat elevated and not laying in the liquid.

Cook on low for 8 hours.

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35 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

Boil in water in large stock pot for 20 mins.

 

Coat with BBQ sauce, 5-6 hours in the crockpot on low.

 

Coat with BBQ sauce, carmelize on grill.

 

 If you take away the  first  step, they will be exactly the  same, i my  opinion

 

Do you remove the  pleural membrane from the  inside?

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17 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

One of the  most  important steps

 

 

Cartilidge . Membrane. 
not sure if you are cooking or preforming surgery. 
and don’t forget the good bone marrow 

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