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Country style beef ribs

BuckBuck Posts: 21
edited 12:46PM in EggHead Forum
I am planning on cooking some country style beef ribs this evening, and need help with times, temp, inderect/direct? Any help would be a great help. You folks have always been great at helping my cooking on the egg. [p]Thanks in advance,[p]Buck


  • RumrunnerRumrunner Posts: 563
    Something "new" the supermarket industry is trying. They are nothing other than boneless chuck cut into strips, cubes, etc. [p]I would recommend marinating for a few hours in the marinade of your choice (right now a soy and brown sugar, garlic sounds good). I would then cook lo 'n slo, as you would beef or pork spareribs. Depending on the thickness, cook at 250°-275° for 4-5 hours, plus or minus. Add some hickory or maple at the begining couple of hours for added flavor.

  • BuckBuck Posts: 21
    Rumrunner,[p]Grrreattt! I will do exactly that. Thanks.
  • RumrunnerRumrunner Posts: 563
    Indirect....sorry, forgot to mention

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