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Old 06-04-2017, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default Beef Back Ribs on the 14.5 WSM

Found some Beef Back Ribs at the grocery store for a good price. I think Von's screwed up - all the other BBRs in the case were $5.99/pound.



Received a free 4 pound sample of Weber's new charcoal in the mail & was saving it for something special. Decided this cook was it.
With 4 chunks of mesquite, it barely filled the charcoal ring of the 14.5. Had to use 12 briquettes of K-Lump for a MM start.



Dusted the ribs with a heavy coat of Oakridge BBQ's Black Ops & into the cooker.



Cooked at 270* for 3 1/4 hours. Ribs probed tender & had an IT of 202 -208* when pulled. I wrapped them in foil & let them sit for 20 minutes.



Time To Eat.



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They sure were good! So rich, wifey & I could only eat one rib each.

Say... that Weber charcoal is some good poo! Had TBS in less than 15 minutes. Lots left over, also.



Dunno if I would pay $20 for 10 pounds. & knowing Weber.... doubtful it will go on sale.
However, after emptying the charcoal bowl, I was pleasantly surprised to see very little ash compared to KBB.
So I might keep a bag around for occasional use in the WSMs. Or maybe a snake in the kettles.
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Old 06-04-2017, 06:53 PM   #2
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Good looking plate.
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Tastee lookin vittles.Thanks for sharing.I see you know the rule of the salad,....ALL REAL SALADS MUST CONTAIN RADISHES! Those ribs look Killer good.
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Old 06-04-2017, 08:07 PM   #4
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Now that's a great looking plate!
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Thanks, Guys!
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Old 06-04-2017, 10:49 PM   #6
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I love beef ribs. And those look good!
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It all looks good to me, Nice colour on the ribs
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Looks good, but they look like short ribs to me?


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Mighty Fine! Man that 14 has it going on.
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Looks amazing. I've never tried anything beef except brisket. Might have to try some beef on day
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Brisket on a stick! Looks great, thanks for sharing
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Nothing cooks better tasting food than a WSM. Killer looking rib cook there.
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