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Unread 02-17-2013, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default Beef Ribs first time cooking

I have a bunch of these in the freezer so decided to give em a go.They were OK.











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Unread 02-17-2013, 09:22 PM   #2
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Well, they sure do look good from here. You thought just OK.?
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They look good to me!
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Looks like good food. What was just ok? Or does okay really mean great?
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Well, they sure do look good from here. You thought just OK.?
They were tender and juicy but not much taste.I guess I should have used more/stronger wood and more rub.First time,I got a bunch left to practice on.Thanks.
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Looks like good food. What was just ok? Or does okay really mean great?
Just O.K. Not sure what I was expecting.Like I say,first time to try them.I would much rather gnaw the bone of a rare,bone in rib roast! Live and learn.
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I view it like the point in brisket. It can be incredible, but, it needs good spicing and smoke.
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Hoss those look great!! Beef ribs are my favorite.
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I view it like the point in brisket. It can be incredible, but, it needs good spicing and smoke.
Agreed.Next time I will bump up the smoke and the amount of rub.Thanks.
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They look really good, but yeah, hitting those pretty hard with smoke is a good thing. You're happy with the tenderness, and that seems to be what gives most people trouble, so you should have 'em just about perfect on yer next cook.
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Looks good, Hoss. I felt the same way when I made beef ribs the first time. If you don't mind me asking, where in the area did you find beef ribs with so much meat on them? Also, a couple of weeks ago you did some bacon. Where did you get the pork bellies?

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Looks good, Hoss. I felt the same way when I made beef ribs the first time. If you don't mind me asking, where in the area did you find beef ribs with so much meat on them? Also, a couple of weeks ago you did some bacon. Where did you get the pork bellies?

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I got the bellies off of 2 pigs I bought over in Walnut,MS.The beef ribs came off of 2,1100 lb Jersey steers we raised on our farm and had slaughtered down in Corinth earlier this year.Home grown hogs/pigs are hard to come by around here anymore.
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Thanks! The store bought beef ribs I've bought have no meat on them. I've been wanting to try to make bacon, so I've been searching for the bellies.
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Your best bet for fresh pork bellies at a reasonable price is an Asian themed market in Memphis.
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