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Discussion in 'Beef' started by kingkoch42, Nov 6, 2011.
It looks delicious!
Looks like a Beef Short Rib to me.
AND, looks delish! Nice job!
Looks good, only one? Man, when I buy them I have to buy two, one to eat and one for leftovers.
Man those are meaty and look great!
Aw Maaaan-----That looks Awesome!!!!
You had to throw a BearView in too, didn't you?!?!
Darn----There goes another Keyboard floating down the river!!!
X2 on the short rib for my guess.
Looks great Cal!
Thanks for the heads up on the smoke. Maybe a good place to try some mesquite for the 2 hours not foiled. I can't wait to try this one. Thanks for posting!
Good luck and good smoking.
Yepper those are the real dinobones. Long bone short ribs. I have found them at Restaurant Depot and they come out really nice and alot of meat to.
Now theses are some Dino Bones.
At that size, no short rib, unless it was a long boned "uncut" short rib.
You can ever marinate then grill these to a nice 135º internal, then rest and eat.
That is what they are. mballi3011 shows them in the post above yours. I used to buy them at Penn Dutch Meats, but now like he said, Restaurant Depot carries them.
I think I've seen that pic of yours before. Damn that looks good!
Actually, short ribs and long ribs come from two different parts of the steer:
Short ribs come from the rib section when you trim off the length of the rib just below the ribeye;
beef short ribs
long bone ribs come off the Arm Shoulder section once you cut the short arm roast from the cross rib roast (at rib 1):
short arm roast
cross rib roast
you remove the long bone ribs off the shoulder roast:
long bone shoulder arm ribs
and that's where the two come from!
I have to do these again, just not at $13.00/lb like the last Crazy Short Rib Adventure...JJ
That really helps a lot, especially for us woodworkers!!!
You make it so much easier!!!!
Beautiful work all around! Photos, Q-view, recipes, and education all in one sitting. THANKS ALL!
Ant no Bone in them boards Bear !!!