I asked this in another thread but the thread died before I could get an answer. So hopefully you guys can give me some tips? I wanna make GOOD beef ribs more than anything. We have a local place called Longhorn BBQ, they have the most amazing beef ribs I've ever tasted, I think 99% of the taste is the type of rib they use. I assume they get em from their own long horn cattle. The ribs are huge and really meaty, hardly any visible fat, but they are greasy, mmm. They look like their cooked as a single rather than a rack. All sides looked cooked and dark. They smoke them there and serve the sauce on the side, so you can eat just the smokey rib if ya like with no sauce, thats what I do. The meat is moist and tender and so super good. OK, that's what inspires me to try my own. So, I've bought beef ribs at the grocery store, probably from standard old white face cattle and they are nasty. Small, hardly any meat on them. Lot's of grissle. Really their probably from milk cows that died of old age lol Any tips on buying the right beef ribs?