So I have been doing a lot of beef ribs lately, trying to perfect them, and I pretty much have them down to the point where it is all my friends and coworkers request these days...
This year I have been elected to host my company Christmas party, and beef ribs are the overwhelming request, of course. My issue is that my smoker only has enough room to make about half of what I will require.
I want to know if I was to do one batch on the smoker for about 3.5 hours, then wrap them and put them in my oven for another couple hours while I fire up the second batch on my smoker at the same time, then once the first batch are finished in the over I would leave them wrapped and toss them in a cooler to rest until the second batch is also done and been wrapped and cooked up to the same point, and then I would use both my bbq and smoker to finish them all off for another 30 to 60 minutes so I can serve both batches at the same time. Would doing them this way negatively impact the first batch resting for a few hours prior to finishing them or should it be just fine?
I know resting a brisket this long is zero problem, but I just wasn't sure with the ribs as the meat isn't as thick.
Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!