Then I mixed up a batch of Kansas City-style sauce. Kind of tart, with lots of molasses flavor.
This morning, I started up the Traeger with a mix of oak and hickory pellets. I was shocked to discover that, as big as the grill was, there was no way I was going to fit all four racks on it. Fortunately, the wife had picked up our smoking rack, so I had plenty of extra space.
I started the ribs off at around 250 degrees, and gradually backed them down over the course of the day to about 190, where they stayed for the rest of the afternoon. Every time I checked on them and turned them over, I gave them a light mist with apple juice, to keep them moist. The last time I turned them over, they started to fall apart, so I gave them another hour and called it good.
Dinner was ribs, with the Kansas City-style sauce, some baked beans I doctored up special and cooked slow in the oven, and fresh pineapple.
And it was goooood. Tender, tender meat falling off the bone. The ribs had a pronounced pink ’smoke ring’ in the meat. Oh yes, I love my grill. Maybe I’ll do a brisket next….
Okay, ’nuff of the teasing: When are you inviting everyone over? I can’t handled the BBQ blogging, dude–every time I read one of your BBQ posts, I want to rush out and spend a grand on a killer grill, or else raid the refrigerator. Raiding the fridge is much cheaper; my waistline can’t handle this much longer!
Wow…the ribs look wonderful!!! We’re doing a turkey tenderloin on our Traeger tonight!! We love it and wouldn’t go back to a gas or charcoal grill for anything!!! Now….have you tried making biscuits on yours? I’m wanting to…but can’t find a recipe and am unsure of how long to let them cook and all. Any ideas?