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Friday, May 7, 2010

Smoked Country Style Pork Ribs

5 pounds Country Style Pork Ribs
1/4 cup Onion Powder
2 TB Kosher Salt
1 TB Black Pepper
1 TB Sugar
1 tsp Mustard Powder 
1 tsp Allspice

Mix all of the dry rub ingredients, and then evenly coat the mixture onto the ribs. Cover and refrigerate them for at least two hours...overnight if you can. Country style ribs are usually cut thick, so resting overnight is not too long.

Bring your smoker up to 225 degrees, and add your favorite smoking wood. Position the country style ribs so there's plenty of space between them for the smoke and heat to circulate.

It will take from three to six hours for them to get to the "falling apart" stage of doneness. Pork has to reach 165 degrees before it is considered done, but a higher internal temperature will make it much more tender. When they reach 180 degrees, they'll melt in your mouth.

Country style pork ribs beg to be bathed in a good, rich barbecue sauce. Try this Kansas-Style BBQ Sauce on your ribs next time you smoke them.

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