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post #1 of 7
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Last Saturday I picked up a couple pack of Beef short ribs.

I have smoked these several times, and really like the flavor.

 

I rubbing all of them with EVOO, and then half of them with a Sweet and smoky rub.

The other half were rubbed with brown sugar, pepper, and garlic powder.

 

Into the MES at 215 degrees for 4 hours.  AMAZEN smoker loaded with hickory and cherry.

The flavor was great, but they needed to cook a little longer.  Just not

as tender as they usually are.

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Thanks for looking.

Darren

post #2 of 7

I never made them cut up before.

If they were all together in rib form, I would do a 3-2-1 on them.

 

Since they're cut apart, I would try about a 2-2-1 on them.

 

The ones you did last time look really great!  "Real Drool-Starters"!

 

The only thing I would change (since it is Beef), if it was me, I would substitute Worcestershire (thick) for the EVOO.

 

 

Bear

post #3 of 7

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post #4 of 7

Looking good!

 

  Craig

 

I usually braise short ribs and cook them on the stove with liquid for a long time.

They have a tendency to be tough.

post #5 of 7

Man they look delicious!

post #6 of 7

Some of those look like "riblets", rib ends, or "button ribs"?  Others look like flanken cut short ribs.  All look pretty good though.  I like the "English cut" short ribs, and they would be easier to smoke up without worries about them drying out.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #7 of 7

Flanken, definitely.

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