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First Attempt at Beef Back Ribs

ShiffShiff Posts: 1,513
edited 3:40AM in EggHead Forum
I didn't let today's cold weather (7 degrees at 9:00 AM) deter me from my plan to cook some Beef Ribs for the first time.

I want to thank Thirdeye for his description and suggestions on cooking great ribs. They really came out great. They were extremely tender - I did put them in foil with some broth for about a half hour at the 4 hour mark, but I really don't think that was necessary since they were very tender already at that time. I took them out of the foil and put them back in the rack for another half hour and then it was time to eat.

I used some DP "Raising the Steaks'

Here's how they looked when they went in the BGE
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At the 3 hour mark
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and finally done at 5 hours
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Luckily there are plenty left over for tomorrow.

Barry
Large BGE
Barry, Lancaster, PA

Comments

  • FiretruckFiretruck Posts: 2,678
    Barry, dem ribs look fine. I love beef ribs, just did my first ones a couple weeks ago.
  • Boss HoggBoss Hogg Posts: 1,377
    Barry,
    Those look really good. I haven't tried any kind of beef ribs yet. Gonna work on some babybacks tomorrow :cheer:
    Is it as warm :huh: in Lancaster Co. as it is over here in Berks County?
    Brian
  • big houndbig hound Posts: 103
    One of my favorites to do on the Egg. Got to make sure they're really meaty or they're just not worth it. When done I cut out every other bone so that each rib is double thick with a lot of meaty goodness... I think I've just talked myself into taking some prime ones out of the freezer
  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,513
    When I cooked the ribs it was 7 degrees at the beginning and went all the way up to 17 by the time they were done.

    This morning it is 3 degrees, but is supposed to soar all the way up to 20 later.
    Large BGE
    Barry, Lancaster, PA
  • ShiffShiff Posts: 1,513
    The ribs I cooked were quite meaty - they were from a local market called Stauffers. I hope they keep selling ribs like these because I want to cook some again. I'll have to compliment the butchers when I next go in.

    Barry
    Large BGE
    Barry, Lancaster, PA
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