Smoked Rack of Ribs

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Smoked Rack of Ribs

Man-Oh-Man … Do those ribs look awesome or what!!? Kind of leaves me speechless cause they were as scrumptious as they look. Even though smoke rings do not add/subtract from the taste they sure do look pretty. There are zillions of methods for smoking ribs but it’s always fun to try different recipes. Just remember that you can’t hurt the ribs cause they’re dead already!

Yes, you too can enjoy a delicious smoked rack of ribs using a wood pellet smoker grill like the Green Mountain Grills Davy Crockett (or any pellet smoker grill) I used to prepare these ribs. Easy Peasy – just checkout the recipe below.

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Remove the membrane on the back of the ribs by using the handle end of a soup spoon to get under one corner of the membrane and then grab it with a paper towel. Pull the membrane off in order to season the back of the ribs properly.

Season the ribs by rubbing all sides with extra virgin olive oil and use your favorite dry rub or my Pork Dry Rub – See page 169 of my cookbook – The Wood Pellet Smoker and Grill Cookbook. Wrap the seasoned ribs with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.

Preheat your Green Mountain Grills WiFi Controlled Davy Crockett Portable Wood Pellet Grill or any wood pellet grill to 220ºF using 100% hard wood CookinPellets.com Premium Perfect Mix wood pellets. Smoke the rack of ribs for an hour before bumping the pit temperature to 250°F. Smoke/cook the ribs for an additional 4 to 5 hours until the internal temperature of the ribs reach 200°F. Rest the ribs for 10 minutes loosely under a foil tent before serving.

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