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chewingthefat
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Baby Backs - Tue, 02/14/12 12:43 PM
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Dry rubbed, sauce them yourself...big enough rack for you? 
LOL, before the edit... thamks TreeTop!
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Treetop Tom
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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 1:02 PM
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chewingthefat

Dry rubber, you sauce them...big enough rack for you? 

That wasn't a Freudian slip was it? 

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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 1:47 PM
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You know, those ribs look good enough to eat. And thanks for allowing me to sauce them as I like. Still they don't look as if any sauce would be needed. I think all I'd need is room -- and lots of napkins.

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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 2:09 PM
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Yeah, Tom,  Nice job. Now I must admit I would like a little cup of a sweet-KC-style Sauce on the side to spread just a very thin layer on them as I tear them up !

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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 2:47 PM
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Chewy, Those things are HUGE for baby backs.
 
I think you just made my mind up for me on my next visit.  I always appreciate a good rack!

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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 2:49 PM
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IMHO, The only reason for the existance of BBQ Sauce is to cover up mistakes. Them thar ribs don't need no darn sauce!

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Re:Babybacks - Tue, 02/14/12 5:11 PM
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mayor al


Yeah, Tom,  Nice job. Now I must admit I would like a little cup of a sweet-KC-style Sauce on the side to spread just a very thin layer on them as I tear them up !

Al, I got Old Fashioned, basic sweet tomato based sauce, Private Reserve, the Old Fashioned with mustard and cider vinegar mixed in, Volcano, Old Fashioned with Sriracha chili sauce and vinrgar sauce mixed in, Cold Remedy, Old Fashioned, Hot mustard and horseradish mixed, Hot, Old Fashioned, Mustard, Frank's extra hot sauce mixed or even the East Carolina Vinegar pepper sauce I call Yikes!