|First, I took the metal to the forge and shaped it.|
|Then, I installed it like a skin graft over the gaping iron oxide infected areas.|
|In no time, the coals were tossing greenhouse gases into the air while|
orange flames danced in celebration of another "adapt and overcome" victory.
|After the fire died down, the ribs spent a few minutes over the coals for some surface searing.|
Then it was off to the side for about 3 hours of slow cooking.