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Old 08-25-2018, 08:55 PM   #1
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Beef Ribs and pork butt

Finally took a stab at beef ribs. Smoked to 200 degrees at 225-250. Turned out excellent. A 10 lb pork butt to boot. 10 1/2 hours at 225-250. Very good eats!
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Dang, all that looks good. I gotta get my pit to the house and burn something. Maybe next weekend.
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I have always been afraid to cook beef ribs, but those look excellent! I am surprised at the 200 degree part, but the proof is in the pudding!
How long did it take to get to 200 degrees? Any other tips? Thanks,
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Yummmmmmm..........
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Those ribs look great. I've been wanting to do some beef ribs but can't seem find them in my area. Butchers seem to be a thing of the past. Where did you find the ribs and how long was the cook on them?
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I have always been afraid to cook beef ribs, but those look excellent! I am surprised at the 200 degree part, but the proof is in the pudding!
How long did it take to get to 200 degrees? Any other tips? Thanks,
Cook them just like you would a brisket, minus the wrapping. Smoke low and slow, a good spicy/sweet rub, cook to about 190+- internal.
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FYI, your wood is still green that your smoking with, that is why you have the black char/tar coating.... Rib's look great though.

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About 5 1/2 hours on the ribs. I will agree that the wood could use some more time to season. Kept the fire clean and all tasted well.
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10 1/2 on the pork butt. Stalled forever at 175, finally pushed over the hump at 10 hours. Made pulled pork tacos this morning. Excellent!
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