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post #81 of 97
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so...in 2 or 3 rib cuts, how long were they over the smoke?? any foil involved? (and i know, some think the foiling part is not only unnecessary, but taboo)

they look great, and i think my next rib adventure will be beef...i feel like i got the spare ribs down

Hey mrmosh303, thanks for the kind words ! They were in the smoke at 265* for bout 3 1/2- 4 hrs. with apple wood ! No foil... I'am personally not against foiling just don't foil ribs.... I like a little bite off the bone, not close to or fall off the bone.... However, that's just me !

Ya should give beef back ribs a shot if ya can find some good meaty ones... They can be difficult to find though ! Good luck on your smoke, if ya need a hand just ask & be sure to post your Q view.... icon14.gif
post #82 of 97
I have been inspired by the efforts of yourself & Bearcarver & have gone out to get beef ribs.
Problem is here they get cut different . And the cutting is done off site so you can't argue about it.
Cut the way I want they already have some purple ( seriously) marinade on them.
Don't do lurid coloured commercial sauce style stuff.I hate it , I am allergic to it, I feel sorry for people who buy it.
I have them cut "assado" which is what our Argentinian community call it.
I will do ( I think) something with a South American feel.
post #83 of 97
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I have been inspired by the efforts of yourself & Bearcarver & have gone out to get beef ribs.
Problem is here they get cut different . And the cutting is done off site so you can't argue about it.
Cut the way I want they already have some purple ( seriously) marinade on them.
Don't do lurid coloured commercial sauce style stuff.I hate it , I am allergic to it, I feel sorry for people who buy it.
I have them cut "assado" which is what our Argentinian community call it.
I will do ( I think) something with a South American feel.

Thank you man, I appreciate the kind words.... I can see the inspiration from Bear, but me ?? However, again I really appreciate it ! The ribs your talkin of sound interesting & I do hope to see your Q view.... I look forward to it ! Thanks again for dropping a line !
post #84 of 97

I have the same problem you guys have.A lot of outlets don't actually break up whole bodies its boxed into cuts.

I got 2 kg of assado which I will do on saturday.

Its the same ribs just cut the opposite way. 

Here its chargrilled a lot by the Argentinians. I will smoke them while the Rugby game between us & NewZealand is on.

I will put my own thread up .

I thought your ribs looked brilliant:439:

post #85 of 97
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I have the same problem you guys have.A lot of outlets don't actually break up whole bodies its boxed into cuts.
I got 2 kg of assado which I will do on saturday.
Its the same ribs just cut the opposite way. 
Here its chargrilled a lot by the Argentinians. I will smoke them while the Rugby game between us & NewZealand is on.
I will put my own thread up .
I thought your ribs looked brilliant:439:

Understood Moikel, I'am always interested in the different ways to do my smokes so I will definitely be watching for your thread !

Thanks again for your kind words... much appreciated !
post #86 of 97
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Thank you man, I appreciate the kind words.... I can see the inspiration from Bear, but me ?? However, again I really appreciate it ! The ribs your talkin of sound interesting & I do hope to see your Q view.... I look forward to it ! Thanks again for dropping a line !

 

Don't sell yourself short, Justin------Your Smokes are inspiring to many, if not all of us!!!Thumbs UpThumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #87 of 97
Great looking ribs before and after thansk for the post and all the particulars. I'm always keeping my open for good beef ribs when shopping or in the fliers. Don't see them to often.........
post #88 of 97
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Thank you man, I appreciate the kind words.... I can see the inspiration from Bear, but me ?? However, again I really appreciate it ! The ribs your talkin of sound interesting

Don't sell yourself short, Justin
Your Smokes are inspiring to many, if not all of us!!!icon14.gificon14.gif


Bear

Oh man, thanks Bear.... That means a lot to me for sure, appreciate it very much !
post #89 of 97
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Great looking ribs before and after thansk for the post and all the particulars. I'm always keeping my open for good beef ribs when shopping or in the fliers. Don't see them to often.........

Thanks, it was a fun smoke for sure & really enjoyed doing it with my son.... And I agree, I am always on the lookout for the good ole meaty ones ! One of the greats on here, Bearcarver stocks up on Prime Rib at Christmas time and will trim off the ribs from the roast & has some awesome ribs when he does a smoke ! My wife just kinda lucked into these.... I'll be watchin come Christmas time for sure !
post #90 of 97

I looking to smoke my first rack of choice beef back ribs, just looking for advice on times / temps/ rubs/ .

post #91 of 97
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I looking to smoke my first rack of choice beef back ribs, just looking for advice on times / temps/ rubs/ .

These were smoked with apple wood for bout 3 1/2 to 4 hrs at 265* ! The rub was Mad Hunky on this smoke, but I've used Jeff's rub as well..... They are both real good ! Let me know if I can help with anything else !

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post #92 of 97

Thankyou

post #93 of 97
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Thankyou

No problem, glad to help..... Let us know how they turn out !

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post #94 of 97

Dang, those are some Meaty Bones . . . I can only find Beef Ribs with enough Meat to make a Broth ... well . that's the way it is in 'oihO' :frown:

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Dang, those are some Meaty Bones . . . I can only find Beef Ribs with enough Meat to make a Broth ... well . that's the way it is in 'oihO' frown.gif

Yeah, that's the way they usually are here too but when we find em like these..... We buy em out !
post #96 of 97

Hey Justin.  Love beef ribs, and those look to have huge amount of meat on the.  Looking good.

 

Gary

post #97 of 97
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Hey Justin.  Love beef ribs, and those look to have huge amount of meat on the.  Looking good.

Gary

Hey Gary, we really like beef ribs as well round here.... These were really nice & meaty... I think the best we've ever had ! Thanks for dropping a line !
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