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Country style ribs

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Hello everyone. I have never made bone in country style ribs but I've been thinking about firing em up for a small BBQ i'm hosting this weekend. How does everyone feel about them? I know they are a cheaper cut but I think my party would find their large size fun. I've also read that they only take a few hours to cook which is surprising since they are larger than baby backs. Any experience or tips is much appreciated!
post #2 of 6
They are cut/sliced from the front shoulder "butt"... very good and usually tender...
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

They are cut/sliced from the front shoulder "butt"... very good and usually tender...
thanks for the feedback. How long do you usually smoke them for? Is it really only a couple hours?
post #4 of 6
I'd just add to watch them pretty close, CSR's can get overcooked easier than other ribs !
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

They are cut/sliced from the front shoulder "butt"... very good and usually tender...
thanks for the feedback. How long do you usually smoke them for? Is it really only a couple hours?


I usually smoke meats for a couple hours with light smoke.... more than that detracts from the flavor of the meat.... That's just me and Bride... others like lots of smoke flavor.....
post #6 of 6

Here is a thread that helped me out with CSRs this past weekend, http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/188866/csrs

 

Take note of the discussion starting around post 15 about how CSRs can be shoulder or loin cut, which makes a difference in how you cook them.

 

Good luck!

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