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LONGER DAYS OF SPRING!
I’m glad that the rain has stopped so that quick grilling barbecue can be replaced with slow smoking barbecue! Relaxing hours in the back yard watching the smoke roll and enjoying its flavorful aroma. Makes my mouth water! A good time to enjoy a cold beverage and contemplate the outcome when you finally crack the lid.
This past weekend I cooked up some St. Louis ribs in the smoker. Took about 4 hours at 250 degrees. Cook some up for your family, and enjoy!
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Rub down meat side of any cut of pork ribs, generously with brown sugar and season with Mansmith's Rib Spice or your favorite Mansmith’s seasoning blend. Let sit for 15 to 30 minutes for meat to absorb flavors. Slow cook in an indirect smoker at 250 degrees F. for 4 hours. Enjoy with or without a final sauce.