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Unread 04-14-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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Default Ribs two ways with Pr0n

Just finished making some mods on my WSM and wanted to try it out with some ribs. I picked up a slab of St Louis cut spares on sale at the local Publix. Made the mistake of going by the store again and saw some of the best beef short ribs I had see in quite some time. Instead of firing up the pit twice, I decided to make them at the same time and turn it into two meals.



The spares made a great Saturday dinner.



Finished the short ribs and put them in the refrigerator for Sunday lunch. Note to self: pull the meat when it is hot and soft, not the next day.



Used the short rib meat in a mushroom gravy and it turned out awesome. In spite of being hard as a rock when I started, it turned soft and succulent after a few minutes in the gravy. Definitely, good eats times two!

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Nice looking feed mate
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Excellent!
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Looks really good.


I want to do some beef ribs soon.
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Looks Delicious!
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Look Great! If you can send it to me it would be three meals!
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That all looks really tasty!
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Great looking SLSpares & I really like what you did with the short ribs - on my list for sure!
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Both look great
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Looks awesome!
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great looking dinner
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Looks great!
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I just did my first beef shorties this weekend and they were farkin awesome...they will definitely be featured in future cooks.
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Nice!
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looking good times two.
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