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First Beef Ribs on PBC

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    First Beef Ribs on PBC

    Letting them rest right now. Will be eating in an hour.
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    #2
    Beef ribs are my favorite bbq. Enjoy my friend!

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      #3
      Yum. Looking good. Tasty, I’m sure.

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        #4
        That does look good.

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          #5
          Looks good enough to pair with PBR.

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            #6
            Love beef ribs, they can take a beating from hacks like me and still turn out edible

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              #7
              Looks great!

              PBC, PBJ, PBC!

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                #8
                Oh wow. That looks delicious. Let us know how they ate.

                Kathryn

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                  #9
                  They were pretty good for a first time. Nice bark and great moisture. Ended up resting them for about 2.5 hours after about a 7 hour cook. Didn't wrap but I might try that the last hour next time. The family still likes the pork ribs and brisket better. PBC is awesome.
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                  • Jfrosty27
                    Jfrosty27 commented
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                    I like to rest mine a couple hours too. Makes all the difference to me. I heat up my kitchen oven to 170 (lowest setting) then turn the oven off. Place the ribs on a sheet pan and loosely tent with foil. Pull and enjoy the goodness after two hours or so.

                  • Darrick
                    Darrick commented
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                    I let these drop down to about 190 and then put them in the cooler. They were about 155 when I pulled them out.

                  #10
                  Great looking cook!

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                    #11
                    Beautiful!

                    PBC, PBJ, PBC!

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                      #12
                      Thanks to you folks. I've learned a lot from lurking around the past year.

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