Smoked Pork Ribs in ONLY Three Hours? (Hot and Fast Recipe w/ Brine)


πŸ– Pork Ribs are an American favorite at home and in restaurants and today we are cooking them up on the Weber Grills Kettle.

Althought this is the most popular grill on the plant, some cooks struggle to cook great BBQ on it because the fire is so close to the meat. To fix that use the two tips demonstrated here – first, make sure you have controlled air flow and good fire control and second, use the dual zone (indirect) cooking set up.

I’ll also show you how to make them show stoppingly delicious with a simple brine recipe, seasoning and sauce for a very traditional Texas style smoked pork rib. Let’s fire it up!

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36 replies
  1. Brad Campbell
    Brad Campbell says:

    Another excellent vid! We have a sort of custom technique on the Weber. A concave metal insert, open side up, in the middle, and then coals & wood on the 2 sides. Hot (about 450) and fast ( just over an hour) and they come out amazing. The skin is bacon crispy , much of the fat has cooked out, but the meat is still pull away tender (especially when brined). Thanks for the reminder on brining!

  2. Michael V
    Michael V says:

    Arnie reminds me of my tio im from SAN ANTONIO TEXAS but been living in oregon for 7 years everytime i watch your videos arnie you always remind me of home and family thank youπŸ™πŸ€

  3. Sam Martinez
    Sam Martinez says:

    Great show and nice looking yummy πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸŒΆοΈπŸŒΆοΈ

  4. Danny Compton
    Danny Compton says:

    Great video. In my opinion "falling of the bone" means its overcooked. The meat should pull easy and stay together. Nicely done. Love my kettle. I cooked for a mom and pop BBQ back in the 90s for several years. Been using a kettle since the late 90s for stuff. Most of my stuff is hot and fast. Just don't overshoot the temps and it usually comes out well. Were you ever on KTMtalk back in the day?

  5. Sarah In My Blessed Kitchen
    Sarah In My Blessed Kitchen says:

    Awesome video Arnie πŸ’• I am getting WOW, you need to sell a shirt with ArnieTx pitmaster on it. I’d buy it for sure. I forwarded you video to friends and family, and a lot of them were already subscribed πŸ˜€ just wanted you to know. love n hugs from Houston!!! πŸ₯°


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