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In Reply to: Fall off the bone...or not posted by so cal bbq on July 03, 2012 at 04:48:05:
For KCBS competition, definitely not. For personal consumption and serving to friends and family -- any way you like 'em.
Personally, I think they lose flavor when overcooked to the falling off the bone point. Most restaurants promote "fall off the bone tender" ribs because they can't control the service timing so they just overcook em' all.
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