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Old 03-04-2012, 10:27 PM   #1
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First time beef ribs next weekend Tips?

Hey guy's, I going to try smoking some beef ribs next weekend for the first time ever, I need some advice. Do you handle them the same way as pork ribs, low and slow? I got a slpit rack 4.72lbs. I had to rub and freeze them already till next weekend, because beef ribs don't come around that much. I slatherd them in worcestirshire sauce, and rubbed them with my favorite Italian Beef rub, Garlic powder,onion powder,black pepper, crushed red pepper,basil and oregano.




Any help would be great, thx everyone in advance
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:33 PM   #2
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Re: First time beef ribs next weekend Tips?

I don't mess with those unless im cutten em off a rib roast. Good luck let us know how they turn out. I'd opt for oak if you are smoken em.
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:41 AM   #3
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Re: First time beef ribs next weekend Tips?

I handle them just like spare ribs, foil and all.
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Re: First time beef ribs next weekend Tips?

Those appear to be some purty good ribs. They bound to have been cut off somebodys rib roast. Not like the soup bones we get in the cryo. Now what grade of the beef is the key. If it Choice or CAB especially you can slow grill them like a steak. Course by the time you figger out they are too tough Select models it would be too late to use the foil.
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