A few weeks ago I got lucky and dealed with my local Myiers to get some beef ribs for just a $1lb since they expired that day and I cleaned them out of all of them. They have then marked at Choice Beef back ribs. I think they are short ribs. They are only about 3/4 inch thick and about 4-5 inches long and in a long slab over a foot long. Since I have not had much luck with pork ribs I want to try and get these right on Sunday. What I am wondering what is the best way to cook these and do you have any tips? From reading on this board I did find one mistake I did and that was not pulling that thin skin to the back rib. So I know to do that now. I am just wondering what else I need to do and so I make them wet or do you dip them? To be honest up north I have never had beef ribs let a lone make them. Pork is the very big thing by me. http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/viewtopic.php?t=742 When I read this post it make me wonder what temp should I cook these to? I do not want to over cook them. Thanks for any tips or ideas. Right now I just pulled the ribs out of the deep freezer.