First set of ribs on the new 590

Sikeo666

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Was able to dedicate some time for my first 3-2-1 adventure into this pellet world. I grabbed a ok set of St. Louis style ribs I started with a mustard binder and then some recteq Casanova rub got the 590 to 250 threw the ribs on and every 30mins I sprayed with Coca-Cola. After 3 hours I pulled the rack off wrapped it in butcher paper with some brown sugar and butter and sprayed with Coca-Cola one last time. Let it run at 250 for another 2 hours. Went to put it on for the last hour after unwrapping 30 mins in I decided to pull them cause I wasn’t gonna sauce as I prefer a dry style over a saucier style. As a side I made some bacon/Colby Jack wrapped corn from one of the recteq videos on YouTube (350 until the bacon finished) while the ribs rested. Everything came out great didn’t get a picture of the corn but got a picture as the ribs where falling apart.
 

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Those ribs look fantastic. I did my first ribs today also. And also on the 590. Very much in the same style as yours, but substitute apple cider vinegar for Coke. I did sauce mine at the end with Rendezvous sauce, which my wife loves. I tend to prefer vinegary barbecue over sweet, but your approach looks too good not to try.
 

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Sikeo666

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Those ribs look fantastic. I did my first ribs today also. And also on the 590. Very much in the same style as yours, but substitute apple cider vinegar for Coke. I did sauce mine at the end with Rendezvous sauce, which my wife loves. I tend like prefer vinegary barbecue over sweet, but your approach looks too good not to try.
Those look fantastic also. I love vinegar flavoring also but figured for my first try sweet is pretty hard to screw up.
 

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