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Re: problem with pork ribs

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Posted by Ray Basso on June 18, 2012 at 00:25:24:

In Reply to: problem with pork ribs posted by MaryAnn on June 17, 2012 at 19:39:46:

I have found I came up with mushy ribs too often when I used foil in the cooking process. I don't think foil and ribs go together at all. Of course I am not trying to impress any judge. So no foil for me I just put them on and cook them. Dryer is better then moist for my taste. Of course I like ribs from Gates and they always are dry and almost over cooked.

To answer your your question about mushy ribs I looked in the search engine and found a couple of comments from 2000 in which you were having some trouble with mushy ribs them. Some people mentioned that using to acid of a marinade will give you mushy ribs and too long in any marinade equals mushy ribs. If you use marinade for your ribs two hours is enough. There were also some people that thought mushy ribs came from using previously frozen ribs.

In my search I did get some laughs from some comments Dylan made about people who liked mushy ribs from some restaurants. One other think I have heard comments on the forum before about mushy ribs coming from holding ribs too long in foil.

Ray Basso

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