Good Evening I tried smoking country style ribs for the first time this evening. I think they turned out pretty good. Tender and tasty. However, they still had a lot of fat. I know that these are not ribs, but I prefer some baby backs. I did a couple as "sweet" and the others in some "heat". I started out with 2.5 lbs of country style ribs. For the "sweet" CSRs, I used Meat Church Honey Hog rub, and for the "heat" CSRs, I used Suckle Busters Texas Hickory BBQ Rub and a top layer of Killer Hogs The BBQ Rub. Cook Overview: 2.5 lbs of country style ribs Total cook time was around 3 hours - 2 hours of smoke, 1 hour wrapped in foil, and about 15 minutes sauced Traeger ran at the 250* setting the entire cook Used Traeger Signature Blend pellets Finished IT was around 195* After about an hour of smoke, IT was around 130*. After two hours and IT around 155*, Honey Hog CSRs getting wrapped with some brown sugar and Stubbs + apple juice. The "heat" CSRs getting wrapped with some brown sugar and Kosmos Q Peach jalapeno rib glaze + apple juice. After a little over 3 hours, ITs were 190-195*. Unwrapped them, hit them with the sauce again, and then let them setup for about 15 minutes. Pulled them off and dug in.