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    My name is Chris and I’m New to the site from Southern California. I have a Treager and a natural gas bbq that I use quite often. Always looking for different ways to smoke or bbq meats and veggies. Got 2 racks of beef ribs to smoke today any tips or ideas would b great. Thanks.
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    Welcome to the Pit from Dallas!

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      Welcome from Maryland. You already know this but I’ll chime in with to be sure to dry brine first and don’t be afraid of cooking them at higher temperatures. I like smoking them at 275.

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        Welcome from the California Delta.

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          I do beef ribs a lot. Ditto on dry brining. Very key. I cook at about 250. Patience! You’re looking at a fairly long cook. Mine go 8-10 hes depending on how thick they are. I choose to not wrap but I baste with Stubb’s Moppin’ Sauce every hour as an alternative. Works every time.

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            Welcome from Colorado, Chris ...

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              Welcome to The Pit from Minnesota.

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                Welcome from South Carolina!

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                  Welcome from TN

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                    Welcome to The Pit Chris. Most here cook beef ribs somewhere between 225° and 275°, some even go higher, so don't sweat the temp as long as it is in that range. The higher the temp, the faster the cook will be, and you probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between ribs cooked at 225° and 275°.

                    I cook 'em around 275° after an overnight brine - 48 hours if I have the time, (and remember to do it). I add pepper, garlic powder, and onion powder when I put them on the grill. I let them go until they are probe tender and hold them in an insulated cooler until time to eat. I prefer an hour or two minimum, but 3 or 4 hours is perfectly fine.

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                      Welcome from south Texas!

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                        Greetings from South Africa

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                          Welcome from Pittsburgh, PA!

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                            Huntington Beach welcomes you. Whereabouts are you and those beef ribs?

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                              Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
                              Lookin forward to learnin along with, an from ya!

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