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Old 01-28-2006, 08:48 AM   #1
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Beef Ribs today!

saw a pack yesterday, a little shiney, but decent meat between the bones.
WSM getting ready to get fired up...it's 30 degrees here in the Sun Fun City.

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Old 01-28-2006, 08:58 AM   #2
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I did beef ribs last week. Mine had a little more meet on them than those, but not much. Turned out pretty darn good.
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Whatcha gonna put on em?
Look pretty good from here and the price is about right too :biggrin:
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Old 01-28-2006, 09:05 AM   #4
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yeah I'm the only one eating, so I think I'll find enough meat.
1.79 a pound, 3 and a half pounds, de-membraned, rubbed with
Wolfe Rub, sprayed with Remington (Mr. Mist), and waiting for the fire to start.

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yeah I'm the only one eating, so I think I'll find enough meat.
1.79 a pound, 3 and a half pounds, de-membraned, rubbed with
Wolfe Rub, sprayed with Remington (Mr. Mist), and waiting for the fire to start.

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Let us know how they come out.
I'll be checking in a little over 6 hrs.
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Remington ? Mr Mist ?
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Old 01-28-2006, 09:18 AM   #7
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They look ready to go!
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Old 01-28-2006, 09:56 AM   #8
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Fire in the hole!

Gonna settle the temps and put em on!
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Remington ? Mr Mist ?
This should answer all your questions. http://www.mrmist.com/
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sorry John, I forgot to answer your question...Bill The Grill Guy turned me on to it. I love it, but a lot of folks don't. It's very strong...I love to spray my burgers with it.
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and we're off at 10:30 am!




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Remington ? Mr Mist ?
This should answer all your questions. http://www.mrmist.com/
Jeez, I thought there for a minute that the Cap'n was using a firearm in his BBQ.

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Old 01-28-2006, 01:03 PM   #13
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so good it'll kill ya!
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Looking good Cappy! Very different taste beef vs. pork ribs. It's nice for a change up every now and then!
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after 3 hours, into the foil...lots of pull back, not much meat on these bones...should be enough though..!
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after 3 hours, into the foil...lots of pull back, not much meat on these bones...should be enough though..!
Yeah, yeah, yeah... just you eating... no one else is invited.
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Finney, if you want to come, I've got some beanie weenies in the cabinet!
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Man, haven't heard from Cappie in a long time. I hope that WolfeRub didn't kill him. 8-[
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sorry I got busy eating. Pics are at home, I'll post em when I get there.
Went 3-2 and a half-1....very tender, but man did they shrink up...wasn't much meat on those bones, but it was enough for me.
Rub was excellent, but I overdid it a bit.,.probably cause I wasn't expecting the final product to be so small.
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Cappy whenever I do beef ribs I always do more than I need due to the shrinkage!
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