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Old 05-15-2013, 12:54 PM   #1
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I'm doing my first beef ribs today and need some insight. I'm doing beef short ribs (individually cut already) and beef spare ribs (also cut already). So, I guess that throws the bend test out the window.

Do ya'll do them just like pork ribs? Do they take longer/shorter or same amount of time to cook than pork ribs?

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Old 05-15-2013, 01:07 PM   #2
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Do ya'll do them just like pork ribs? Do they take longer/shorter or same amount of time to cook than pork ribs?
No. Yes.



I've never cooked them cut into individual ribs, but I treat them more like a brisket as far as seasoning, etc. For cook time, it really depends on how much meat they have. I cook them until probe tender like a brisket.
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I have never cooked spare ribs cut. The ones I have cooked I would not have tried to cook cut as there was not a lot of meat there. If you have a meaty set I think that would probably be fine. Just like pork ribs, you need to remove the membrane. I would also trim any excess fat if you can. I try to cook them like a brisket. Close in temp/probe tender. Just takes less time to get there. I have done them both foiled and unfoiled, use your personal preference.
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