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Old 01-30-2008, 10:12 AM   #1
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Question cooking ahead

I am planning on serving baby back ribs for Superbowl but the time to cook that day is very limited. So my question: what is the best way to cook ahead, cook to completely done then refrigerate; cook almost done, refrigerate then grill to finish that day; or some other method. Thanks in adbance for all of your knowledgeable advice and suggestions. By the way I will be cooking/smoking on a weber kettle indirect.

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