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Old 11-01-2015, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Beef Finger Ribs Slathered With Sriracha

I was very surprised that I tasted the sriracha sauce after the 6 hour + cook. Other than that, just some salt and pepper. Not a lot of meat on it, but the stuff that was there was awesome.








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Old 11-01-2015, 07:15 PM   #2
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Wow....that looks amazing...sriracha is one of my favorite sauces....must give it a nice kick!!
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Old 11-01-2015, 07:25 PM   #3
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Wow....that looks amazing...sriracha is one of my favorite sauces....must give it a nice kick!!
It's pretty awesome. I never taste my slathers on pork ribs (I use mustard). This is the first time I've used something other than olive oil on beef ribs. I could taste the srirachi easily. I loved it. Going to do that again.
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Nice looking bones there. Is that an 18.5 you have them on?
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I injected mine a while back and enjoyed it.
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Nice looking bones there. Is that an 18.5 you have them on?
Yes sir. That's an 18.5 alright.
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Those look like the beef ribs I find around here, not real meaty but they taste good.
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Those look like the beef ribs I find around here, not real meaty but they taste good.
Yeah, they are not very meaty, but the meat they do have is awesome. I also keep the membrane on. It tastes really good.
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