Disco's Beef Ribs...

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...my turn now. It's been many, many years since I've cooked beef back ribs except for using them in soup. But after reading and watching disco disco 's cook https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/basic-beef-ribs.308686/, I knew that I had some in my freezer and decided to smoke them the same way. I followed his recipe with the exception of the rub, I used a KC style BBQ rub, and smoker, I used my old Oklahoma Joe offset stick burner.

Not many pictures, but here they are...
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Mashed potatoes made with Yukon Golds and frozen mixed vegetables. I haven't looked for these ribs in the store, mine came from boning out a couple of rib roasts, but I will be on a mission to find some.
civilsmoker civilsmoker 's write up https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/yard-o-beef-ribs-almost.308993/#post-2234811 also was an inspiration.
 
Thank you all for the kind words, but all the credit goes to Disco. I was not surprised, but was surprised a little at how good these were and if I can find these ribs, they'll be on my list going forward.
 
Beef ribs have become a favorite around here, and for good reason. Those look fantastic. Very nice job.

Robert
 
Very nice looking ribs. I love plate and back ribs. I have some nice extra meaty CPB back ribs in the freezer that need to get smoked up real soon!
 
Very nice work there! I keep beef ribs a secret in our parts cause I buy most of them...lol!

thanks for the props!
 
...my turn now. It's been many, many years since I've cooked beef back ribs except for using them in soup. But after reading and watching disco disco 's cook https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/basic-beef-ribs.308686/, I knew that I had some in my freezer and decided to smoke them the same way. I followed his recipe with the exception of the rub, I used a KC style BBQ rub, and smoker, I used my old Oklahoma Joe offset stick burner.

Not many pictures, but here they are...
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Mashed potatoes made with Yukon Golds and frozen mixed vegetables. I haven't looked for these ribs in the store, mine came from boning out a couple of rib roasts, but I will be on a mission to find some.
civilsmoker civilsmoker 's write up https://www.smokingmeatforums.com/threads/yard-o-beef-ribs-almost.308993/#post-2234811 also was an inspiration.
Nicely done!!!
 
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