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Old 10-25-2013, 09:45 AM   #1
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Default Beef Short Ribs on a kettle

I dropped my wife off at the airport and stopped at the store to see what looked good. Saw some short ribs haven't cooked any in awhile.
Pulled the membranes, seasoned with some homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning.

Set up my kettle for a long cook, charcoal mixed with pieces of cherry wood. Added around 15 started coals in the hole next to the broken brick.

Kettle at 250 degrees, meat on. Put the lid on. Now to ignore things for at least 4 hours.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:52 AM   #2
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I know how people here want in progress shots.
Two hours in.

"If you are looking, you are not cooking"
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Not yet, only at 165 degrees.
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It's been about 5 1/2 hours now and I thought some of you would enjoy a progress report.

That is all for the moment.
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Thanks for the play by play!
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Looks great so far. Perfect choice of beer too!
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Looks great so far. Perfect choice of beer too!
I've been spoiled by the Torpedo. Everything else tastes watered down, kind of like lite beer.
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Look'n great so far.


Mmmm, BEER.
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TADA!!! Done. They will go with some fresh cole slaw and rice. Thanks for watching.
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Bravo!!!

Overall, how many beers is a cook like that?
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Very nice!!!
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Bravo!!!

Overall, how many beers is a cook like that?
Two Torpedo's or a case of Lite (I'm guessing here, I cannot stand the stuff - it tastes like dirty water..)
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