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This I'm going to try!

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I don't know how many of you like Steven Raichlen? most of the time his barbecue is a little extravagant, but this I'm going to try. He cuts a slit about half way through the meat between each bone, so he can pull them out when they are done. 

http://barbecuebible.com/2015/05/29/mcrib-real-barbecued-rib-sandwich/

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I liked their bigger version better. I will be trying this soon:

McRob v4.0. St. Louis-style. Mind. Blown.

Of course he used his special small cuts of ribs at first, and then finally made this using a conventional rack. I don't see why he couldn't cut the rack down to bun size before smoking. My smoker doesn't fit a full rack generally, so I always cut each rack in half before smoking.

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7 hours ago, SkunkedAgain said:

I liked their bigger version better. I will be trying this soon:

McRob v4.0. St. Louis-style. Mind. Blown.

Of course he used his special small cuts of ribs at first, and then finally made this using a conventional rack. I don't see why he couldn't cut the rack down to bun size before smoking. My smoker doesn't fit a full rack generally, so I always cut each rack in half before smoking.

I'm sure you could cut them down and it would work fine. He is all about showmanship. Who else has every grill and smoker ever made.

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