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Plate Ribs

culpepersmoke

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Picked up some beef plate ribs from Costco. Never cooked these before. Very rich and just melted in your mouth. For a base I used franks hot sauce instead of oil or mustard. Then kosher salt and coarse ground pepper ( about two parts pepper to one salt). Spritzed through out the cook with GFS au jus and red wine mixture. Like using mustard you couldn’t taste the hot sauce but I think it might of complemented the pepper. I took these to around 195 degrees internal. Probably good have gone longer but the probe felt like butter going in and I was getting hungry :-)
 

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smokeymose

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Looking good!
I've never seen plates at Costco. I'm planning to go Wednesday for some belly and will check it out!
 

jcam222

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They look great! Probe tender is what matters. I’ve had these finish anywhere from 195 to 205. I spritz mine with a mix of 1 cup white vinegar and 1/2 cup Frank’s
 

Dirty Steve

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Looking good. I did my first plate/ short ribs on Saturday. They turned out amazing! I’m in Southern California and to hunt to find these, and they were costly but worth it. Last time I check my local Costco only had the boneless chuck short ribs but I will go back and look. I salted mine the night before and then used Holy Cow rub. After about two hours I started spritzing with apple cider vinegar. At 195 the probe was good but we got inpatient and pulled them, no big deal at all.
 

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SmokinAl

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Looks great!
Nice & meaty!
Al
 

NoCoPK360

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I recently got some of these at Sam's Club. They never have them out since they cut them into the flanken style ribs. I saw one of their meat cutters working on them and asked if I could buy the whole plate. She went in the back and brought out a cryovac with four full plates in it. Not cheap but am looking forward to finally being able to make some of these.
 

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Those look fantastic . Nice cook .
 

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