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Low and slow is hours not 90 minutes. Whether I am doing ribs on my grill or electric smoker or my oven, I cook them for a minimum of 4 hours at between 225 and 275 degrees. Other than that this is a great recipe for ribs and sauce. MMMMMMMMMM sweet and sticky is the name of the game. :-)
I made the recipe as written. I haven't ever added fennel to any of my BBQ recipies. We couldn't decide if we liked that flavor or not. We ate them again for left overs to see if we did or not. I will make them again but omit the fennel.
Made the ribs in my smoker. The rub is awsome. I've used the rub several times on differant pork cuts. I used it on a pork butt for a party my college son and his room mates had. A 10# roast 12 college boys and I was a hero.
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