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Sunday beef Ribs on the old Webber

post #1 of 7
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On Friday I picked up a small rack of Beef Short Plate Ribs. 


Since it was only going to be myself and the wife for dinner I decided that rather then dirty up one of the bigger 

smokers I would just use the 22" webber grill and set it up for smoking. 



I set up a charcoal fuse, set my hickory chunks on top, lit a few coals to put on one end and away we went.

The fuse ran for 7 hours at a nice constant temp of 240 deg.



Here we are about 4 hours in.


Just out of the smoker and resting for a bit.


And here we are carved up and ready to server for dinner.

I didn't take a photo of the plate but trust me it was good. 

We had a nice salad, ribs, baked potatoes and peach cobbler.


All in all a great Sunday event meal.

post #2 of 7
Wow, those look great! I did some
Spares on my kettle too and they came out great. Points for some beautiful need ribs!

PS. Just curious, how many lit coals did you start the snake with? I got about 7 hours on my weber 26 with basically the exact set up you used. Think I started with ten lit coals and had to shut the bottom vent completely. Held 230-250 the whole time
post #3 of 7
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I started 6 lit coals.

post #4 of 7

2thumbs.gif Nicely done!

They look delicious!

post #5 of 7
Tasty looking ribs!
post #6 of 7
Beautiful my brother keep up the good work
post #7 of 7

Those ribs right there are a thing of beauty!





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