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Prime rib dino ribs

post #1 of 7
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Cooked these up tonight, I read 3 hours or so around the 225 mark however took them off and they were quite medium, not tug off the bone style.

I Figure I could have easily put them on for at least 6 hours and probably closer to 8.

I also put on a picnic roast below but the temp was steady throughout the cook even with the latch breaking off about 10 minutes before the cook! Had to do emergency surgery!
post #2 of 7
They do look tasty sitting on that smoker. My experience is that beef ribs like that need 5-7 hours at that low a temperature and might benefit from a 3-2-1 typed cook. The foiling just seems to get them super tender. It's like brisket on a stick.
post #3 of 7
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I actually didn't foil them this time around, read some conflicting reviews. Here's a pic after I put them on for another 3 hours almost, should have listened to my common sense not my gut! lol

 

Here's the end results:

 

 

post #4 of 7
That looks perfectly fall off the bone tender-nice and moist as well! You got me hungry for some Dino ribs now! Thanks for posting, David.
post #5 of 7
Tasty looking bones. I always figure 5-6 hours running the pit at 225-230. Beef ribs do benefit for the braise phase when cooking them. I typically do the 3-2-1 method for beef ribs.
post #6 of 7

Those look real good Noel !!Thumbs Up

 

Mighty Tasty!!:drool:drool

 

 

Bear

post #7 of 7

NN, Nice job on the ribs !

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