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creolechef
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Member since Mar 2008
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Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
If I needed to smoke a few racks of ribs tomorrow morning but not eat them until later that night would it be ok to just pull them off smoker when ready and wrap in foil and refrigerate them? Best way to reheat without messing them up? Was thinking straight into a low oven while still wrapped in foil.


Trout Bandit
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Dec 2012
7470 posts

re: Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
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straight into a low oven while still wrapped in foil.

Put them in until they're heated through and you'll be good to go.


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therick711
Chicago Cubs Fan
South
Member since Jan 2008
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re: Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
A cambro or faux cambro could be a good option depending on how long you need to hold the ribs. The oven method may work as well.

If you go with a cambro or faux cambro, I would take the ribs off a little early and finish them right before service in the oven. If you add sauce as your last step, you could do that in the oven. That way, they will be hot when you serve.


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cave canem
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land o sand
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
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If I needed to smoke a few racks of ribs tomorrow morning but not eat them until later that night would it be ok to just pull them off smoker when ready and wrap in paper and refrigerate them? Best way to reheat without messing them up? Was thinking straight into a low oven while still wrapped in paper.


Edited to my suggestion, not a fan of foil at all, especially in this scenario.


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Spock's Eyebrow
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Member since May 2012
11824 posts

re: Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
Left hand for me.


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dpd901
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Thibodaux
Member since Apr 2011
5453 posts

re: Best way to hold ribs for eating later in day?
Most restaurants wrap tightly in Saran Wrap and then finish on the grill before service.


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