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Beef bone in Short Rib attempt

RichGTS

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It’s been a while since I posted on here - life has been getting in the way of getting time to play with the smoker.
I picked up these bone in short ribs and thought it would be nice to try these on the smoker. Plan to season them up with a simple SPOG rub and let them roll unless anyone can tell me otherwise.
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TNJAKE

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Those gonna be tasty. I like to add in some chipotle or cayenne with my spog for a little mild heat
 

Brian Trommater

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Seems like around 5 hours. I usually toss in during a brisket or pork butt cook and take out when tender.
 

sandyut

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been a while since my last beef rib cook, but all mine were still one piece (not separated). Pretty sure they took about 8 hours or so. separated would have to be less than whole.
 

1MoreFord

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These are one of the few things I pan with liquid and seal with foil part of the way thru the cook to get them tender.
 

RichGTS

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That would have helped. Some were really tender and others not so much. I look forward to doing these again
 

RichGTS

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Some got real tender then others seem to have a bit less fat and were tougher. As usual I’m my own worst critic.
 

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