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Beef Short Ribs

cardsfan

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Smoked some sort ribs. Turned out excellent. Simple beef rub of salt, pepper, garlic powder. Smoked at 250 for 3 hours. Move to covered aluminum pan with beef broth, red wine, and a little w
 

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sawhorseray

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Those shorts look absolutely wonderful to me, about my favorite meat on the entire planet. Nice pullback and and juicy, gotta love it, Like! RAY
 

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That wine is looking good to me right now. So you must have used that broth-wine as an au jus, yum.
 

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Short ribs and pork belly are in my top two. Yours look great. The simple seasoning like you used is all they need. Let that rich beefiness shine. Great smoke ring too.
 

cardsfan

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Short ribs and pork belly are in my top two. Yours look great. The simple seasoning like you used is all they need. Let that rich beefiness shine. Great smoke ring too.
I did pork belly tonight...
 

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ok i'm not getting it. either you cooked lot more than each pic or its multiple cooks.. but not unusual to use different cooks for same recipe results.
 

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Looking good! Seasoned simply letting you taste the beef. Just add a little fresh horseradish for a kicker. 🍻
John
 

cardsfan

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ok i'm not getting it. either you cooked lot more than each pic or its multiple cooks.. but not unusual to use different cooks for same recipe results.
Just one cook, but when I moved them to pans it took 2 pans to hold all of them.
 

minden man

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Smoked some sort ribs. Turned out excellent. Simple beef rub of salt, pepper, garlic powder. Smoked at 250 for 3 hours. Move to covered aluminum pan with beef broth, red wine, and a little w
I must be doing something wrong, my shortie ribs suck up into a 3x3" or less cube, granted they are as tender as can be. I do not braise my ribs, I leave them in the smoker from start to finish. They just don't present very pretty.
 

cardsfan

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I must be doing something wrong, my shortie ribs suck up into a 3x3" or less cube, granted they are as tender as can be. I do not braise my ribs, I leave them in the smoker from start to finish. They just don't present very pretty.
Not all short ribs are created equal, (or cut equal). These were cut pretty long.
 

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