- Firing up the smoker along with accessories
- Starting the cook
- Wrap the ribs and continue cooking
- Final product!!!!!
In this course I'll be teaching you through five lectures how to cook st. Louis-style spare ribs.
I'll start out by talking about different cuts of ribs as well as seasoning ingredients and different techniques of cooking.
We'll be slow smoking these ribs at 235 for a total of four and a half hours.
2 hours unwrapped and then we'll wrap them for 2 hours and put them back on for half an hour. The last 15 minutes of the cook will be applying our barbecue sauce.
This is a very classic way of smoking your ribs. To ensure that they're cooked and fall-off-the-bone ready.
I'll be using a Weber Smokey Mountain 18in smoker. This particular style rib I paid $10 for at Walmart.
Thank you so much for checking out this course if you have any questions leave them in the Q&A and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Have a great time cooking!!!
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Hello my name is Chris I am 30 years old and have been teaching 3 years now.
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But thank you thank you so much for being a part of these courses that me and my wife are putting out.
So Welcome and I hope you learn something from our courses and apply them to your life and teach others.
Not overly professional presentation. Dog barking in background. Sound quality in and out throughout video. Host was not introduced and changed shirt 4 times. Information was good, video was good as well. Food looked yummy but overall need some professional upgrades.
he explains it very well
Decent information, but production value is lacking.
Filming not so professional but very good explanation & looking forward on applying what I learned this weekend; missing the certificate?