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Beef Ribs

RittmanRodRittmanRod Posts: 41
edited 1:50PM in EggHead Forum
Should small "baby Back" beef ribs be treated
basically the same as Pork ribs as far as low and
slow? was going to Dizzy em along with some Country
style pork same aproxamate time for Beef vs Pork?



  • RittmanRod,[p]I'm in the same boat. Bought some beef ribs and am also in need of a plan. The first set of beef ribs I did ended up a disaster, partially because my butcher ordered me Korean style. I also think I cooked them too long. However, this link indicates that success awaits!
    [ul][li]Click on the beef rib link in the left bar[/ul]
  • Ottawa_egger,
    Thanks, I've seen mustard coating talked ablut before, are they using plain old yellow mustard, then adding the prefered rub?

  • tach18ktach18k Posts: 1,607
    RittmanRod, yea yellow mustard, I have done mine at 250 dome for about 5-6 hours for the big beef ribs. Straight cook no foil

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