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Beef ribs! #7677674 12/02/19 03:47 PM
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Smoked some beef ribs this weekend for part of one of our thanksgiving meals at the ranch. Kosher salt black pepper and some seasoned mesquite.
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Looks great.


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I cooked ribs and brisket. The ribs came out a hit! My brisket was the biggest failure I think I have ever had. Lesson learned or at least reminded lol if you are cooking a partially frozen brisket the cook time will be longer!


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Originally Posted by redchevy
I cooked ribs and brisket. The ribs came out a hit! My brisket was the biggest failure I think I have ever had. Lesson learned or at least reminded lol if you are cooking a partially frozen brisket the cook time will be longer!


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Originally Posted by redchevy
Smoked some beef ribs this weekend for part of one of our thanksgiving meals at the ranch. Kosher salt black pepper and some seasoned mesquite.
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Dang that looks great. I have to go find some soon.

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Smoked some beef ribs this weekend for part of one of our thanksgiving meals at the ranch. Kosher salt black pepper and some seasoned mesquite.
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Dang that looks great. I have to go find some soon.


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The key is cooking to temp and not to time. It takes what it takes and every piece of meat is different...you can hurry them along but in my opinion they typically turn out better if you can let them work their way up to 185-190....then let rest in foil in a cooler for a couple hours.


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Ribs look great!! Exactly how I like my beef ribs & brisket, salt/pepper/mesquite.

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Originally Posted by Judd
The key is cooking to temp and not to time. It takes what it takes and every piece of meat is different...you can hurry them along but in my opinion they typically turn out better if you can let them work their way up to 185-190....then let rest in foil in a cooler for a couple hours.

This was rustic cooking at the ranch... I didn't even have a thermometer in the smoker.


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Another THF member cooked some of these for me a few weeks back. I was amazed by how tender and flavorful they were.

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Originally Posted by redchevy
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The key is cooking to temp and not to time. It takes what it takes and every piece of meat is different...you can hurry them along but in my opinion they typically turn out better if you can let them work their way up to 185-190....then let rest in foil in a cooler for a couple hours.

This was rustic cooking at the ranch... I didn't even have a thermometer in the smoker.

you need to pick up one of those cheap pocket thermometers ... like THIS ... I have a couple of them for around the house.

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Originally Posted by TKandMike
Another THF member cooked some of these for me a few weeks back. I was amazed by how tender and flavorful they were.

They have a lot of fat/flavor marbled in them. I love ribs, only the second time I have cooked beef ribs though. They definitely didn't disappoint.


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The key is cooking to temp and not to time. It takes what it takes and every piece of meat is different...you can hurry them along but in my opinion they typically turn out better if you can let them work their way up to 185-190....then let rest in foil in a cooler for a couple hours.

This was rustic cooking at the ranch... I didn't even have a thermometer in the smoker.

you need to pick up one of those cheap pocket thermometers ... like THIS ... I have a couple of them for around the house.

I do have a couple of those, just not enough forethought to pack along lol.


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ha, yeah, doesn't do much good to leave them at home and cook at camp...


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Originally Posted by Judd
The key is cooking to temp and not to time. It takes what it takes and every piece of meat is different...you can hurry them along but in my opinion they typically turn out better if you can let them work their way up to 185-190....then let rest in foil in a cooler for a couple hours.


I cook all my briskets to 197 minimum, if you have time to let it go to 203, you'll be much happier.

Those ribs look great and make me want to cook bee ribs again!


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Love those ribs. I get mine from HEB. They call them dino ribs.

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