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Unread 02-18-2013, 07:40 AM   #1
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Default Sunday Night Beef Back Ribs (pron)

Had been wanting to try some beef back ribs and saw some that looked pretty good and meaty so I picked them up. Thew on a base coat of SM Season All with a good coating of SM Cherry on top.




Smoked them on the mini WSM around 275 (that thing sat like a rock for the entire cook...always amazed by that little smoker) with two small chunks of pecan and a chunk of hickory. I checked at two hours (thats when I took a picture) and they were looking amazing.




I had planned on doing a cook similar to spares (275 for 3 hours with a foil for 30 and then start checking for doneness and a saucing), when I checked at the 3 hour mark that were toothpick tender, had great color, and tons of pullback so I sauced and threw them back on for 30 minutes to set the sauce.

Amazing. (sorry for the blurry plate shots)


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Unread 02-18-2013, 07:43 AM   #2
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Those are probably the meatiest beef ribs I've ever seen on here, those look fantastic, nice work!

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Way nice lookin ribs!
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I do lots of pork ribs but that does it, I gots me a hankering for some beef ribs.

Where did you get such meaty ribs?

Great color too
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Very nice, Looks like some Dino bones. Bet there weren't any leftovers
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Great Lookin Meaty Ribs !! Good Job !
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Got them from a store in the So Cal area called Sprouts. They have the normal meatless back ribs that everyone is used to seeing, but every now and again they trim up a prime rib roast for people and throw a few pair of really meaty fresh cut back ribs in the counter and I snagged these.

Why anyone wouldn't want the bones on a prime rib...not even to roast on is beyond me but I took all they had which was 4 bones worth.
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yummmmmmmm
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That looks great, nice job!
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My butcher always has the ones that do NOT have the meat cut out of them. Just tossed two of them on.
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Great meat on those beefers,
nice cooking.
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Love me some beef ribs and those look great!
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Beef ribs are my favorite too. Yours look excellent!!
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Beef ribs are my favorite and those look slammin' good, so meaty. My Smoky Joe is envious and wants to be a mini-wsm, I have to make that for him.
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Those look really good!
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