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Old 03-02-2020, 02:41 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Beef Plate Short Ribs

I cooked up a rack of beef plate short ribs on Saturday. They were excellent.
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Old 03-02-2020, 02:50 PM   #2
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Nice cook, can't go wrong with BSR's
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I've done a few over the past couple months, damn things are sinful..
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Always a treat on the smoker. Those look great


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Great looking ribs. I have three slabs of baby backs in the fridge and am thinking of adding the short ribs to the cook this week. Your post sealed the deal.
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Nice Bones.... sourced locally???? If so I gotta know.

Edit... Sam's Club by chance???
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Nice Bones.... sourced locally???? If so I gotta know.

Edit... Sam's Club by chance???
Yep. got them at Sam's. You have to ask the butcher for them though. They are not out with the other meat.
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Old 03-02-2020, 04:27 PM   #8
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I also cooked beef short ribs this weekend. I did two racks (4 bones each) that I purchased from Costco (choice) and like you I cooked them on a WSM (22.5"). The short ribs I cooked before were cut across the ribs in 2"-3" in strips. Those cooked in right at 6 hours. While the WSM averaged 275-280 degrees these full 'racks' took substantially longer. Just curious, how long did yours take to cook?
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They took ~4 hours at 300-325.
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Beef ribs are my favorite food group! Yours look delicious!!
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Nice bones.
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Dang, you nailed them Jay!
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Mighty fine cook! I bet they tasted great.

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Good to know Sam's gets the 3 Rib Plates, I will go there next time I want to do Beef Ribs. I did some this past weekend, but my source only had 4 Rib plates and they weren't as large as yours. Taste was fine, but I want to try the 3 Rib plates next time.
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