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Beef Rib questions

edited 7:32AM in EggHead Forum
I am cooking 6 racks of beef ribs in my large tonight, I have never done this many and am looking for advice? I will be using the inverted place setter. Any ideas on times, and temps for this indirect would be great. Thanks.

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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    New Egger,[p]Beef ribs are not a big favorite on the forum. I have done a few racks over the years and I think everyone here will agree you need to cook LONG. 6-7 hrs is not uncommon at 250-300 deg. They are greasy and long cooking allows them to render themselves of it. You can't hardly hurt them but cooking too short yields a real tough greasy meat. [p]I have some pictures and how to stuff on my website that you might enjoy, look under BEEF.
    http://www.tm52.com/bge/

    [ul][li]Tim's cookbook[/ul]
  • WardsterWardster Posts: 976
    New Egger,
    Here is a link to some great step by step photos of how to cook beef ribs....[p]Well, thesmokering.net had a good walk through, but it seems their server is down. If you email me, I can send it to you. billyandmichelle.ward@verizon.net

    Apollo Beach, FL
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