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Decoy205
09-20-2015, 07:59 PM
So the beef rib TD is going on and I had this plate in the freezer so I decided to take it out get it rolling.

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When I asked the butcher at the store for them he took off a bunch of the fat cap without me asking.

Here to join the party:

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On to the Akorn at 275 with some royal oak and hickory chunks.

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After about 3 hours there was the big foot siting!

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I thought corn muffins would go well with the ribs so my helper and I whipped some up!

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Check again around 5 hours and some spots were probing tender but the thick parts still felt a little resistance.

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After 5.5 hours probing tender:

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After about 45 min rest:

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Plated with a buttered corn muffin and some garlic sautÚd broccoli.

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I got good bark but I think I could've went heavier on the rub. It was my first time using the Black Ops and I dig it and wanted more. Thanks for checking it out!

-John

Q Junkie
09-20-2015, 08:06 PM
Ding Ding Ding!!!!! That is awesome! As far as the Black Ops and I think most Oak Ridge rubs, they are not very salty but very complex and you can always bump salt and pepper to taste. Again good job.

robbq
09-20-2015, 08:11 PM
That looks tasty, very nice bark. Looks like the helper got into the batter!

Big George's BBQ
09-20-2015, 08:15 PM
Now those are some very nice looking ribs

gengle
09-20-2015, 08:15 PM
Yeow! Cute little batter taster you got there!:clap: Mines the same ... can't pull her off the mixing bowl when the dough's ready to go!

smoke ninja
09-20-2015, 08:16 PM
Excellent cook, love the muffins.

Im a fan of black ops undercoat and coarse salt and pepper topcoat.

As for not enough rub i tend to be careful with application on ribs as their is so much bark per meat.

Diesel Dave
09-20-2015, 08:17 PM
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Decoy205
09-20-2015, 08:54 PM
Ding Ding Ding!!!!! That is awesome! As far as the Black Ops and I think most Oak Ridge rubs, they are not very salty but very complex and you can always bump salt and pepper to taste. Again good job.

Yea I agree! I think I could've put it on more. Flavor was great.

That looks tasty, very nice bark. Looks like the helper got into the batter!

She certainly did! :-D

Now those are some very nice looking ribs

Thanks Big George!

Yeow! Cute little batter taster you got there!:clap: Mines the same ... can't pull her off the mixing bowl when the dough's ready to go!

Ha so true. You don't even get a chance to fill the pans before they are trying to sneak a taste.

Excellent cook, love the muffins.

Im a fan of black ops undercoat and coarse salt and pepper topcoat.

As for not enough rub i tend to be careful with application on ribs as their is so much bark per meat.
Thanks man! The muffins turned out great. I did the opposite hot sauce salt then pepper than black ops. Maybe will reverse next time.

Decoy205
09-20-2015, 08:54 PM
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Haha thanks Dave!

Ron_L
09-20-2015, 09:00 PM
Your helper is a cutie! :thumb:

c farmer
09-20-2015, 09:09 PM
Holy bones.

Great cook.

BBQ Freak
09-20-2015, 09:27 PM
those look truly amazing and would love to try them . I have never seen them around here or is the butcher shop the only place to buy them ?

DcMak
09-20-2015, 09:33 PM
Good looking dino ribs... :clap2:

Decoy205
09-20-2015, 10:17 PM
Your helper is a cutie! :thumb:

Thanks Ron! She sure can be a handful though haha.

Holy bones.

Great cook.

Thanks Adam!

those look truly amazing and would love to try them . I have never seen them around here or is the butcher shop the only place to buy them ?

If your grocery store sells short ribs already cut, ask them if they can give you the whole plate not trimmed or cut. They don't sell them here at most stores besides butcher shops and resturant depot so I just asked the butcher at my local shop rite.

Good looking dino ribs... :clap2:

Thank you!