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Unread 07-08-2013, 01:18 PM   #16
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I have seen it and will make a point of getting some to give it a try... Thanks!

And you call yourself a cook.

To the OP, my favorite wood for beef, is either oak, or mesquite. I keep going back and forth on those two.
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Unread 07-08-2013, 01:38 PM   #17
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You must have gotten some poor short ribs.

Man, they looked nothing like that. Almost like they were cut sideways from what you're showing. about 1" thick with about 4 -5 bones each cut I'm thinking from what I can determine on the internet (!) they were flanken cut short ribs. I just found a butcher that has opened a new store not too far from here that had a store close by before I moved about an hour away. He knows his stuff, so I'll be consulting him before my next buy
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Just ask him for a whole 4 bone rack. It should weigh 4-5 lbs. There is a chance that he will make you get a whole case if he feels that he won't be able to sell them. A whole case is 16 racks. 4 cryovacs with 4 racks in each cryo.
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FYI (more for me and I'm putting on my favourites) but also hanging it out there for the others like me who are newbies and mostly clueless here's a site that might help.
http://www.amazingribs.com/recipes/b...beef_ribs.html
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Unread 07-08-2013, 02:35 PM   #20
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Just ask him for a whole 4 bone rack. It should weigh 4-5 lbs. There is a chance that he will make you get a whole case if he feels that he won't be able to sell them. A whole case is 16 racks. 4 cryovacs with 4 racks in each cryo.
I could turn this into a long drawn out excuse to keep typing - like the fact that my old neighbour was a butcher and his cousin owns this new shop - but thanks. I'll be sure to mention that (the cut). And not frozen. I go back "home" from time to time and I'm sure I could get whatever cut I want.
Ahh, I wish I wish I had discovered smoking about 25 years ago. I could have had any cut I wanted. I had to be content with porterhouses and RibEyes to grill...
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