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AustinKnight 09-30-2012 09:27 PM

CAB Prime Brisket & Beef Short Ribs {PrOn} (Carnegie Hall)
 
So I started the chimney with a full load of B&B oak lump, once it ashed over I dumped the lit lump into about 8 pounds of lump. I started the brisket off at 275* meat side down for a hour and a half, then flipped the meat fat side down for another hour and a half and ramped up the temp to 325*. After 3 hours I wrapped it in butcher paper for another 2 hours on the UDS, I used a tooth pick to judge when it was butter tender. I pulled the wrapped brisket off the UDS and let it cool for 10 min before I stuck it in a pre warmed cooler with a blanket for a 4 hour rest/proofing.


I Love beef and on the bone well heaven! These are some nice beef short ribs that ain't short on anything, sprinkled with Dirty D let them rest in the fridge tell the brisket came off. I started these big ol ribs meat side down at 275 for another hour and a half, then flipped them bone down for a hour, after a hour I wrapped them in BP with some worcestershire sauce after 45 min they were done UDS was at 300. Enjoy:becky:

CAB Prime Source
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My CAB Prime
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Dirty D rub meat prime.
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Flipped
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Filler
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Now Beef short ribs
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El Ropo 09-30-2012 09:57 PM

Yay for beef! Those ribs look awesome.

Phubar 10-01-2012 01:53 AM

Excellent!

padawan 10-01-2012 02:06 AM

Super !!

code3rrt 10-01-2012 02:36 AM

Lookin 'like the real deal.......good goin'

criffaaa1 10-01-2012 02:54 AM

looks great. Looks like you cut em with a ninja sword.

JS-TX 10-01-2012 08:24 AM

nice cook AK!

captndan 10-01-2012 08:58 AM

Those ribs look great! I'm sure you know, but others may not, that CAB is not a USDA grade for beef. It is a marketing tool and is used by the American Angus Association.

fingerlickin' 10-01-2012 11:58 AM

Simply awesome, that's some good looking meat right there. :thumb:

V-wiz 10-01-2012 12:12 PM

Damn good stuff there. How much is the Prime brisket per pound?

aawa 10-01-2012 12:13 PM

Awesome looking food. I like the sword you used though, that thing is gigundus

SLCMACK 10-01-2012 12:26 PM

Goodlooking grub...when you do HNF cook, do you generally not get a nice smoke ring like low and slow? I did HNF flat yesterday and didn't have much smoke ring but it was nice pull apart tender.

landarc 10-01-2012 01:05 PM

Very nice cook AK, and you got some great looking meat there, great stuff. Nice brisket.

Dryden84 10-01-2012 01:13 PM

Looks great...cant wait to fire up my UDS for the first time this weekend.

AustinKnight 10-01-2012 05:14 PM

Thanks fellow brethren, happy ya'll liked the meat fest hay there was a salad don't judge me :icon_blush:


Quote:

Originally Posted by V-wiz (Post 2231168)
Damn good stuff there. How much is the Prime brisket per pound?


It's $3.49 a lb if you buy a case(6 briskets a case) it's $2.89 I believe, last month it was $2.89 lb a single:biggrin1:,



@captndan

Those ribs look great! I'm sure you know, but others may not, that CAB is not a USDA grade for beef. It is a marketing tool and is used by the American Angus Association.

Ya I know, but I sure am more consistent with CAB then regular Prime or Choice.

@SLCMACK

Goodlooking grub...when you do HNF cook, do you generally not get a nice smoke ring like low and slow? I did HNF flat yesterday and didn't have much smoke ring but it was nice pull apart tender.

I get what I think is a nice enough smoke ring with a modified HnF, stating off meat side down at 275 then flipping it and ramping up to 325. You should try more salt brotha, I started using Diamond Kosher salt with my Dalmatian rub and have noticed a big difference in the ring, the ribs thats a good ring right?


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