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Short, or full length?

Short ribs I soak in red wine for most of a day, with black pepper, and a shot of soy sauce, then grill over charcoal with the lid on for about 15 minutes, flipping a few times to make sure all sides get a little char on them.

Full length I find better to smoke em slow and low for 5 hours with a frequent mopping of cider vinegar/ketchup/brown sugar/and black pepper.

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Bob P is pretty proud of his, have you tried it? I no longer eat beef so that's all I got.

Well if you have any left in the freezer, I will PM you my postal address?

 

Fortuitously for us, the 3 day limit, to hold food, in the Lifecare Facility kitchen, where Missus BB is employed, has to bin everything then, to comply with Public Health Code, for facilies with a Hospital Wing. That includes tossing out Beef Tenderloin, Shrimp, etc........

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Short, or full length?

Short ribs I soak in red wine for most of a day, with black pepper, and a shot of soy sauce, then grill over charcoal with the lid on for about 15 minutes, flipping a few times to make sure all sides get a little char on them.

Full length I find better to smoke em slow and low for 5 hours with a frequent mopping of cider vinegar/ketchup/brown sugar/and black pepper.

This is as good a any recipe I could come up with, just s carw careful with the soy. Salty

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Keep it simple.

 

Half tomato ketchup, half soy, add shot of Worcestershire, pinch of brown sugar, cracked black pepper.

 

Marinade for an hour or so, covered in a slow oven (90-100 C) for two hours, then uncovered 180-200 C for 30-40 minutes, turn once or twice.

 

Just as tasty and fall-off-the-bone tender as the fancy recipes.

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not short ribs....I;ve got that down..

 

these are the big Brontosaurus beef ribs ....thanks for some ideas....I'll share when I cook them

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I go with famous dave's rib rub if I want it dry.
Then if I want a kick, add a thin coat his fiery sauce (see below) and let it caramelize.
Then at the end brush on a sweeter sauce of your choice. I like bulls eye original.

It makes a great full flavor.

 

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The hot one on the right

 

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