<p>Memphis-style baby back ribs had just enough sauce glazed onto them to form a slightly crunchy spicy caramelized crust.</p>
<p>The Queen cut beef short rib is majestic indeed. It's well worth the $18 price tag as it can easily feed two. It's also got plenty of dark crunchy crust that barbeque geeks like to call Mr. Brown.</p>
<p>Here's the result of 18 hours of low and slow cooking. Just look at that smoke ring.</p>
<p>In a tip of the hat to Denver Wildwood offers these juicy lamb spare ribs. They're among some of the city's best.</p>
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