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My first smoked experience on Big Green Egg

donpatt2donpatt2 Posts: 4
edited September 2011 in Forum List
I chose a cheaper cut of meat, beef short ribs for my first smoke, marinated over night, cooked for 3hr at 250-275. I also used mesquite wood chips.
Brushed on BQ sause after 3hr for another 30 min.
They turned out Great every body loved them.
I can't wait to try somthing else.


  • Those ribs sound great!  What did you marinate them in?  I've been egging for a just a couple of years, and it's still just amazing to me how much I love my Big Green Eggs (I have a medium and a large).  I've never cooked beef short ribs, though.  I'll have to give it a shot.

    Thanks for sharing!

  • I used Montreal steak and olive oil.

    Thanks for the comment
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