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Old 12-27-2017, 09:02 PM   #31
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Man those look tasty. Gotta get me some. Great job.
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Old 12-27-2017, 09:12 PM   #32
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Those look very good
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Old 12-27-2017, 09:45 PM   #33
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Pfffttt... That's not cold, that's still shorts weather. Was -6 when I left my daughter's place in MN this morning. Got back home and it's -3. Brrrr.... But those are some goooood looking ribs!
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Old 12-27-2017, 09:48 PM   #34
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Man oh man, those look killer! Can't buy meat like that where I am.
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Old 12-27-2017, 11:36 PM   #35
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I picked up some crazy marbled and pretty thick boneless short ribs for like $5.98/lb. The price is average, but the marbled thick cut is not common in these parts.

Im not going to smoke. I am going PC with a cola , mushroom, marsala wine sauce reduction over a bed of yukon gold garlic mashed and a side of roasted asparagus.
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I got about 50% yield on the meat. So cost about $11/lb plus wood, rub and time spent.
Sounds about right. Crazy to think that it's cheaper to buy ribeye's over short ribs, but it is.
They look like they turned out great. How'd they taste with the rub you used?
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Sounds about right. Crazy to think that it's cheaper to buy ribeye's over short ribs, but it is.
They look like they turned out great. How'd they taste with the rub you used?
I love Black Ops. Great bark, excellent savory with a touch of sweet. Pairs really well with the beef. No sauce needed. What's your go to rub?

Too bad brisket doesn't taste like this. At $2.99/lb for prime it's even cheaper than hamburger.
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Shorties are definitely my favorite rib, nice work on those monsters.
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I picked up some crazy marbled and pretty thick boneless short ribs for like $5.98/lb. The price is average, but the marbled thick cut is not common in these parts.

Im not going to smoke. I am going PC with a cola , mushroom, marsala wine sauce reduction over a bed of yukon gold garlic mashed and a side of roasted asparagus.


What’s PC?

Edit: oh, pressure cooker.
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I love Black Ops. Great bark, excellent savory with a touch of sweet. Pairs really well with the beef. No sauce needed. What's your go to rub?

Too bad brisket doesn't taste like this. At $2.99/lb for prime it's even cheaper than hamburger.
Nice!! I will have to try that sometime. I love all the oakridge rubs!

I lightly sprinkle the short ribs with Kosher salt, Granulated garlic, Corse black pepper and spritz with dulited Soy sauce. Sometimes I will coat the ribs with bacon grease before seasoning. That's a trick I learned from "Cowgirl".
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^^^I love bacon drippin's on just about anything. lol
Beef ribs are one of my favorites, yours look fantastic Sportster!
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Nice!! I will have to try that sometime. I love all the oakridge rubs!

I lightly sprinkle the short ribs with Kosher salt, Granulated garlic, Corse black pepper and spritz with dulited Soy sauce. Sometimes I will coat the ribs with bacon grease before seasoning. That's a trick I learned from "Cowgirl".
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^^^I love bacon drippin's on just about anything. lol
Beef ribs are one of my favorites, yours look fantastic Sportster!
I don't regularly save bacon grease, so I use EVOO. Not quite the same.

These turned out great and were the biggest I've ever seen. We figured the largest rib weighed with just over a pound of meat and a 7oz bone. Monsters.
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this thread has inspired me to take some dinos out of the freezer
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Great looking dino bones!! Thanks for using Oakridge!
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