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Old 02-10-2008, 12:16 PM   #1
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parts of a cows rib cage.

Just threw on some beef ribs. The meat guy took off both membranes on one slab, I took off the thick membrane on the other, and left the thin one on. Douched em with wooster and WRB. Smoking now over Maple and Orange.



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Oh yeah, the weather is nasty. 3 more inches so far, and the wind is picking up
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Scotty you got some nice meaty bones! They're gonna be gooooood eatin'!
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I've got to put beef ribs on my list. I've never done them and they look good.
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Is orange wood strong ?

They look great.
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Old 02-10-2008, 02:13 PM   #5
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That looks great Scotty! What the butcher charge you per pound for those meat sticks?
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What cut of ribs are they. I still haven't figured out what to ask for.
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What cut of ribs are they. I still haven't figured out what to ask for.
They're beef spare ribs, no different than pig ribs...... You could also get short ribs, which are much smaller but have alot of delicious marbled meat and are twice the price of beef spare ribs. Short ribs are great for braising and spare ribs are best smoked low and slow.
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Cliff, Orange wood is strong, but it goes great with Beef. I used one big chunk maple, and a smaller chunk of orange (probably half a fist size). I've said it before, but I love orange on beef.

Nick, I got these are the local grocery store, not my butcher, so they were $1.99 a lb), but they looked good, and I don't find them that often, so grabbed em!
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I have tryed to get them around me. So far no luck. They always want to give short ribs cut in single pieces.
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Cliff, Orange wood is strong, but it goes great with Beef. I used one big chunk maple, and a smaller chunk of orange (probably half a fist size). I've said it before, but I love orange on beef.

Nick, I got these are the local grocery store, not my butcher, so they were $1.99 a lb), but they looked good, and I don't find them that often, so grabbed em!
$1.99 seems like a good price to me! Those things look great! How did they taste?
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