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We went to the store for fajita supplies and were pleasantly surprised to find a bunch of racks of beef ribs - so we got two racks for "appetizers". We rubbed them with Bull City Beef Rub and attempted to turbo them at 350. Because we hadn't planned for a long cook we were tight on time and then got distracted so at one point the egg got as high as 450. At one point when I opened the egg the fat drippings on the platesetter caught fire. The meat pulled back from the ends of the ribs shortly thereafter. We glazed them with Bull City Grilling Sauce (I had received some Bull City stuff as a gift) and pulled them off when they passed the bend test (first pic). They were overcooked on the bottom and not as tender as I would like but nobody complained.
XL BGE, Klose BYC, ProQ Excel, Weber Kettle, Firepit, Grand Turbo gasser, and a portable Outdoor Gourmet gasser for tailgating
San Antonio, TX