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    New Member MikeS in Alaska's Avatar
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    Managed to find some beef ribs

    Cleaned them up a bit



    They don't peel as easy as the pork ribs.

    Rubbed them up with just a basic black pepper based rub.



    Then gave them about 7 hours in the 18.5 WSM at about 250F

    A chunk of Mesquite, a couple of Hickory, and one Apple.



    Sauced them in the last hour. Sauce was just something I threw together.
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    Sounds good Mike but I'm not seeing any pictures.
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    Lucky you! I am always looking for them.
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    Those look excellent!
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    Well, I can see them now. Looks fantastic!
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    Great looking ribs!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff Bartlett View Post
    Well, I can see them now. Looks fantastic!
    It's a long way to my server in Alaska. Them electrons take a while.
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    TVWBB Olympian Cliff Bartlett's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeS in Alaska View Post
    Them electrons take a while.
    That must be it Mike. BTW. I can't see them again. Very likely it's something on my end.
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    That's a healthy looking rack of beef bones Mike! They are rare to find....
    Nice work!
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    Those look great Mike. Wish I could find them here.
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