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Unread 04-19-2013, 08:46 AM   #1
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Post Smoking Beef Ribs- A little help

Looking to try smoking some beef ribs soon; never done this before and just looking for any pointers you guys/gals may have. Any recommendations for marinade vs. dry rubs or any help on what is the best way to know when they are ready to come of?
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Kosher salt and coarse ground black pepper are all you need, no sauce or foil.
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What rubs do you have. I cook at 225-250 and take off when I can see bone They will take longer than pork ribs You can wrap in foil and add a little beer to it for an hour or so
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S&P, Montreal Steak Seasoning or any beef rub. I really like Plowboys Bovine Bold.

As far as foil, that's up to you. I foil mine once the bark gets to the color I like.

I treat beef ribs like brisket on a stick :) I cook until the meat is probe tender.
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A little salt, ground pepper, and a pinch of cayenne will do great as a rub. If you have time, put the rub on (sparingly with the salt), and let it "dry brine" in the fridge for a couple hours. Then smoke at 225-250 for 4-5 hours. I don't foil mine. If you want to put a little sauce on yours, brush the sauce on at the 4hr mark and let it cook in.

Alternatively, if you get your hands on some Obie-que "Smooth Move" rub, that works great on Beef Ribs.

The thought of some beef ribs is making me hungry right now!
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Luke,

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Good night'a livin' Those are some beautiful ribs!
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4 hours in the smoke 2 hours in foil @ around 225 the entire time.

Here they are before foil.
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That rib is not Haggis approved.
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Here is how I do them on a Big Green Egg:

http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php...907369&catid=1
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Luke,

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Those ribs were cooked by John Mueller

I cook mine the same way, but they don't always turn out as well as John's do.
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