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Unread 02-09-2013, 02:48 PM   #1
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I'm currently cooking my first beef ribs. I've seen differing opinions n foiling or not foiling, so I just decided to foil. Got em cooking at around 250°. I rubbed em with olive oil and Mojave garlic pepper. Left em on for close to 3 hours. Took em out and foi.ed em with a mix of Worcestershire sauce, terriyaki sauce, and pineapple juice. Then put em back on. Hoping for the best. We'll see how they turn out.

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Lookin tasty!
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thanks for the feedback. I've never cooked beef ribs prior to now. This is pretty much an experiment. Every beef rib I've every tasted was dry as hell, so I thought that's how they were "supposed to be". since I don't like dry meat, I just never bought em. I've been reading about tender beef ribs, so I figured I was just eating the wrong peoples ribs. We'll see how mine turn out.
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That Mojave garlic is awesome on beef! good choice. I like the butter pecan on pork ribs.

Looks good
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Beef ribs can be tricky, you gotta cook em and cook em and cook em some more.
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Beef Ribs looking good there...
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finished product. They were pretty good too.

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I want some of that,nice looking ribs mate.
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The look good!
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Beef ribs are my favorite. Something I've not mastered but will be trying this spring & summer. Yours look good!!
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Always foil, or wrap with butcher paper, beef ribs. You have to do some braising to tenderize them baby's. Good Job.
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love me some beefus ribees!!!
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not heard of Mojave Garlic... now it's on my radar!
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Those look good. I haven't had good luck with beef ribs. Maybe I'm not cooking them long enough.
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