Barbecue Pork Spare Ribs on the Yoder Smokers Flat-Top Charcoal Grill

Chef Tom fires up the Yoder Smokers Flattop Charcoal Grill for a rundown on how to smoke Barbecue Pork Spare Ribs over indirect heat in a charcoal grill.
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40 replies
  1. Herb Wannabe
    Herb Wannabe says:

    Thank you Chef Tom for another great video, I have learned so much from you. I'm definitely going to this for the next rib craving. Would love to see your take on Kabob, specifically Mediterranean with chicken, beef, lamb or whatever you decide, thanks

  2. Cookswithfire
    Cookswithfire says:

    Quality coal, $50 a bag. Once you wrap them ribs in foil, toss them in your oven. Heat is heat and you’ll save your coals for that burger you’re making tomorrow night. No one will ever know you finished your ribs in the oven. Great cook! Thank you for continually teaching!

    KENT ARIOLA says:

    Great video. I can do without the sugar too. Your brisket fries video made me think of a series of videos of bar food. Tater skins, mozzarella sticks, nachos, pretzel sticks, etc. fun and tasty!

  4. Ineluctable Smith
    Ineluctable Smith says:

    Hey Tom great cook! I Love to see ribs done. I'm always looking for new ideas. Also, never be afraid of repeating a video you have already done a different way. So many different ways and so many interesting variables. Burgers are always good. Ham as well. Fish is not done enough. Especially cat fish, Which I enjoy smoked. I'm sure you have a good recipe for that. Thanks Again man!

  5. MITM Adamsville
    MITM Adamsville says:

    Yo Chef Tom, I was wondering if you could do a series of cooks on some meat cuts that are inexpensive, not as used, but still good as hell? Im thinking these like neckbones, chuck roast, country ribs, rib tips, etc.

  6. vasmikey
    vasmikey says:

    Thx chef Tom. Great cook. I don’t have a stick burner yet so I will have to use my ys640. I get the most smoke flavor at the first two hours at 170. After that I have to crank it up to 250. It takes longer but comes out great.


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