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Unread 03-31-2013, 12:40 AM   #16
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Wow, that looks great!
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Willllllllllllmmaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!



Nice ribs!
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Wow! Recipe please!
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Fark they look great
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Wow! Recipe please!

Recipe... what's that?

Just kidding. No special recipe here. Used just yellow mustard and my normal rib rub that I use for pork ribs. I also added some Turbinado sugar. Smoked them in my WSM at 275 degrees with two chunks of hickory and one chunk of peach wood. Sprayed with apple juice during checks. Mopped with thinned out Sweet Baby Ray's last 20 minutes.
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The beef ribs we get around here are trimmed so carefully there are frequently gaps between the bones.

Yours look great!
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Ah chit, those look awesome! So rare I'm ever able to find beef ribs that thick. Thanks for sharing !
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Beef ribs are my favorite but FireChief is right, good ones are few and far between.
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good looking ribs .... Slaw needs more sauce
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