The BBQ Pit Boys cook up some Pork Loin Ribs over an open fire. And they come out moist and tender with these few and easy to do tips. -…Please Subscribe, Fav and Share us. Thanks..! Are you looking for barbecue and grilling recipes to serve up at your Pit, family picnic, or tailgating party? Then put your Barbecue Shoes on because we’re serving up some delicious, moist and tender, and real easy to do cooking on the ol’ BBQ grill.

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  1. i have three old fashioned ole hickory small steak knife ,butcher knife and ham knife besides if your a hill person you love your long lasting knives they was passed down from my grandma

  2. I am wondering about the cooking grate you are using over the fire. What is the make, and where can I get one, or similar? A rectangular one would be even better for me. I have 3' pit for doing maple syrup in the spring and cooking out the rest of the year. I cannot find a large grate to go over it that will not sag in the flames. I think a cast iron one like you show here would hold up under the heat. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

  3. make mine almost the same way, i use dr pepper instead of beer, then after there done i throw them back on the grill for a minute or 2 before i put then on the bun an add the sauce, they go good with spaghetti noodles too! 🙂
    Love all your video's guys! have given me some great tips to improve my cooking
    Keep living the good life guys! Peace!

  4. I took matters into my own hands and put a grill on my balcony, neighbours weren't too happy about it, but i bet the smell of coal and good eatin was worth it.

  5. I dunno why, but I involuntarily closed my eyes when you said "enjoy the good life that you had". Really liked it man. Specially that instrumental country music. This is perfect.

  6. I've tried some of your recipes. They are sooooo good thanks a lot and of course Its smells goooood! 🙂 Greetings from Germany

  7. Hi men! Is possible to add the text of the recipes (ingredients, cooking temperatures). I love your videos and your recipes but it's hard for me tounderstand everything. Thank you!!!

  8. "You want to use a pilsner or a lager"? Lol. After guzzling down a couple of cases, they could use near-beer, hell they could use root beer, and wouldn't notice any difference.