Lone Star Beer Brined Pork Ribs

Discussion in 'The BOC Diner' started by Texas_Select, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. Texas_Select

    Texas_Select New Member

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    It has been raining and flooding for 8 days along the coast here but it did stop long enough on the 4th for us to mesquite smoke some of these ribs and shoot off a few fireworks. Hope ya enjoy these tender and juicy ribs!

    Lone Star Beer Brined Pork Ribs

    1-16 oz can of Lone Star Beer
    1/4 cup course sea salt
    3/4 cup brown sugar
    1/4 cup soy sauce
    1-6 oz can of pineapple juice
    1 Tbsp molasses

    Favorite Sweet/Spicy BBQ Dry Rub

    Dissolve sugars and salt in beer then add additional ingredients. Remove membrane from back of pork rib rack and cut according to size of rack you are smoking. Marinate a minimum of 6 hours or overnight. Remove from marinade, pat dry and add your favorite sweet/spicy BBQ rub. Smoke or grill according to your cooker. I seared over a mesquite bed and then moved off to the side to finish. After 1.5 hours I soft wrapped in foil until tender.

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  2. catfishcentral

    catfishcentral New Member

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    yum yum....looks pretty darn tasty.
     

  3. teaysvalleyguy

    teaysvalleyguy New Member

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    Bill that sure looks good buddy.

    Hope the trip goes well overseas.
     
  4. Texas_Select

    Texas_Select New Member

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    Glad ya guys liked the looks of those ribs, they were great!

    Thanks Tee for the good luck in Spain. It will be awesome to finally catch and film those big wels catfish. Look for pics and a full report around July 26th.
     
  5. crappieguy

    crappieguy New Member

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    Looks & sounds great...guess what we're having for my wife's , neices birthday barbeque this Saturday!
     
  6. ShilohRed

    ShilohRed New Member

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    How did the new smoker work out for you?
    Pete
     
  7. Texas_Select

    Texas_Select New Member

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    Hiya Pete, just saw your follow-up to my post.

    I bought one of those SmokinTex electric cookers and is was great for turkeys, chickens and fish. For brisket I still use my low and slow draft pit and ribs, like this recipe, I cook directly over a bed of mesquite coals then finish offset.

    How has everything been going? Smoked anything lately?
     
  8. Skunk River Cat

    Skunk River Cat New Member

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    Smokin' Looks like she'd get er done. Well done.
     
  9. janzaldo

    janzaldo New Member

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    HI Bill, hope you are doing well. Those ribbs look good!

    Jaime
     
  10. lilgriz

    lilgriz New Member

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    me and my buddies go fishin every tuesday night and we have ribs quite often. think next time we have ribs i will try that recipe. thanks!