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Posted by Bob on June 20, 2011 at 08:59:51:

In Reply to: Taking ribs to a party 1 hour travel posted by Bob on June 13, 2011 at 06:33:53:

Hi...well the outcome was pretty good IMHO....the ribs were 'overdone' imho meaning my cousins LOVED them as they fell off of the bone. The delay time was actually 3 hours since pulling off the chicken and the ribs and actual serve time. With traffic, extra wait time due to having no gas in their gas BBQ for my final rib glazing, and their oven which I wanted the chicken to be kept warm at 150 but only went down to 170 the chicken which if eaten sooner would have probably been a 9.9 of ten was about an 8. It wasn't dry, but it wasn't overly juicy as the one I had made identically (less the travel and wait times) two weeks before. I thought of pulling it sooner, but with the scary thought of travelling up north, opening up the storage container in front of the cousins to see a pool of chicken blood deterred me from that so I went with the risk of a bit drier than I liked but bacteria free! With comments of 'these ribs are the best i have had' and 'you should open a catering service' I would judge the outing as good overall.


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