Looking for a killer bbq sauce for wagyu ribs

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johnredcorn

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Good call on going naked on them. Man especially being Wagyu. Even choice beef ribs are rich and juicy. I like using SPOG and when it starts to slurry a very light coating of fine ground espresso.
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So the ribs came quite early,they showed up last night!!
I kept one out to defrost and kept the other 2 racks frozen.when thawed I used some traeger beef rub which suites my tastes perfectly,I can really taste the chili's and it has a wonderful sweetness to it which I also prefer.wrapoed the rack up in plastic wrap and in the fridge for the night.i don't have a smoker so I am cooking half the rack at 300 degrees.
I took 2 ribs and got the charcoal grill going(I couldn't wait,I had to try this wagyu!!
Just took it off the coals and it's testing now...taste test to come
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Just cut a piece off and tried it.........PURE BEEF BLISS!!
might be the best beef I've ever Ate.
No lie,it's that good.im so glad i didn't use bbq sauce.
 
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Just a 30 dollar 30" round one....
I pulled the ribs from the oven and I think maybe low and slow isn't the way to go.there is so many ribbons of fat in these ribs that they shrunk a lot...and I was left with over a cup of fat from 4 ribs...
The ones I grilled on charcoal were cooked to medium and were incredible....not saying the low and slow won't be great...but for the money I want as much weight as i can get and why waste that wonderful wagyu beef fat?
 
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Just a 30 dollar 30" round one....
I pulled the ribs from the oven and I think maybe low and slow isn't the way to go.there is so many ribbons of fat in these ribs that they shrunk a lot...and I was left with over a cup of fat from 4 ribs...
The ones I grilled on charcoal were cooked to medium and were incredible....not saying the low and slow won't be great...but for the money I want as much weight as i can get and why waste that wonderful wagyu beef fat?
Get you a basic Weber Kettle for about $150. It is a versatile cooking machine. You tube videos on using the kettle. Go to dollar tree and buy a stack of aluminum pans. Use that to collect the drippings from the ribs. You can then pour the drippings off into a bowl and let them cool. The fat will settle to the top in a layer. Separate that from the drippings. BOOM! The best cooking fat you will ever want.

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Those ribs look and sound incredible. I would have suggested going naked for the first cook. Then adjust the seasoning to your tasteon the next one. Nice job they really to look good.

BTW if all else fails. You can always dip the finished ribs in A1 sauce. LOL

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Those ribs look and sound incredible. I would have suggested going naked for the first cook. Then adjust the seasoning to your tasteon the next one. Nice job they really to look good.

BTW if all else fails. You can always dip the finished ribs in A1 sauce. LOL

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Chris
I feel like plate rubs are almost as fail proof as pork butt. Even choice is so well marbled. I do enjoy mine very basic rubbed for that big beefy flavor.
 

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