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Old 06-15-2008, 07:30 AM   #1
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Beef Short Ribbage

6 racks of Beef Short Ribs $1.99 a lb (there's a double pack in there). Coated with Wolfe Rub Bold, and a lil Sucklebusters (the cumin added a nice touch).



Smoked over apple, maple, and orange over Steakhouse charcoal.



I put em on at 7am yesterday morning, and took em off at 1pm...which was just right...toothpick went in like butta.



Sauced with with Sweet Baby Rays, cut with honey, WRB, and some Welches Berry Sunsplash concentrate.



The wood gave a awesome smoke ring...almost all the way through! WSM was at ~225 for the whole cook. Served with Bush's beanage (chopped onion, extra bacon (didn't have any left over Q), SBR's n WRB...on the WSM for two hours), and Rice a Roni (sorry JB...non-union I know)



Beef...It's what's for dinner. (Why the hell did the American Beef Counsil replace Sam Elliot with a loser like Matthew McConaughey? OMGWTFBBQ!)
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Old 06-15-2008, 07:34 AM   #2
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That looks awesome!!!

I have never had much luck with beef ribs. They never seems to turn out decently. That looks just perfect!!!!!
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Ya done good Da Q I want some beef ribs now. I'll let ya slide on a count of the smoke ring DQ
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Old 06-15-2008, 09:56 AM   #4
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Doooooooooooooood those look bonalicious!!!
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Old 06-15-2008, 09:56 AM   #5
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you rock boy! I'm really getting into beef ribs of all types.
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Old 06-15-2008, 10:00 AM   #6
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took me a long time to try em....all I could find were shiners, (still hard to find any good ones), and I didn't know how to cook em.
Eventually I started trying all kinds and got better at em.
I interviewed Bobby Flay once and asked him what his favorite
kind of bbq was....he said beef ribs.
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Took me a while too. First couple of runs I tried to do like spares...but they always ended up with too much fat/gristle still left.

You just gotta let them cook and cook and cook. Go by feel, and watch the bones...they'll tell you how much fat is left in the meat. When they start to go dry, it's about time to check them.
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that's exactly what happened to me....felt like I was eating
gristle sticks.

but when you figger em out, they dang good!
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Looked great scotty!
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Those look reallllly good.
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