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  1. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    Thanks a bunch! I'm going to give these a try very soon.. I think I'll use the entire jalapeños and see what happens, we like things hot and spicy on this side of the river haha! 
  2. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    Hey! I'm with you and Flash, I actually don't care for well done steak either.. His beef ribs look perfect! Next time I smoke me some of these, I'll definitely aim to cook them like his.   
  3. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    Thanks for your feedback Flash! Greatly appreciated. I'm going to have to try the 2- 1.5- 1 procedure for my next beef ribs.. Yours look AMAZING!! (Literally salivating, haha). I've never heard of Mojo Crillio, but will look into this.. Now I got the perfect excuse to make some again really soon. 
  4. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    ¡Gracias amigo Kevin! I sure am surprised by all the good comments I'm receiving for these ribs.
  5. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    Thanks Dan! Well, that's a good question.. I don't know what part of the US, Costco imports its meat into Mexico from.. I would think Texas? In the past, I've bought brisket from some of the best meat retailers here in Monterrey, and honestly, the quality is not very good. 
  6. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    Thank you sir! I gotta learn how to make me some good baked beans.. got a recipe I could use? Definitely cornbread too! For this dinner we had some potato salad and coleslaw. 
  7. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    @Smoking B Thanks! :icon_mrgreen: ..they turned out better than I was expecting Lol
  8. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    @Disco Well thank you sir! I made them using a lot of helpful information from folks in this amazing forum. I really liked the mesquite and apple wood smoke flavor. I'm not sure if this is a good combination for beef, but it is what I was able to find here in Mexico, so I used them. My wife...
  9. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    @c farmer Thanks! I was hoping I didn't have to wait too long to eat these.. So I followed your advice, and ate them right away!
  10. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

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  12. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    They taste amazing! They're very tender and juicy..
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  15. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    These ribs are about to be ready. They've been cooking for about six hours now. I'm wondering if I should let them rest and for how long. Any experts out there who'd like to give me their advice about this? Thanks!
  16. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    @alblancher Thanks! I just put them in a foil pan covered with aluminum foil, about 15 mins ago. I didn't add anything to them, but now that you mention the sauce, I think I might pour a bit on them for that BBQ which I really like, plus to help them keep moist.
  17. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    It's been about 2 hours since I put them in. The chamber's temp has been steady between 235-250°F.. Not sure about applying any kind of mopping sauce or spritzing anything at this point. There's a small water pan below them. What do you think? I'll leave them like this for another hour, then...
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  19. asadero

    Beef short ribs - First time smoking with wood

    So I wanted to smoke some beef ribs and found these USDA Choice beef short ribs at Costco that looked great to me. Here in Monterrey (Mexico) we have pretty good "carnicerías" (butcher shops) for carne asada, but if you want an american cut like ribs, brisket, pork butts, etc., only Costco...
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