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    Short Ribs Rack

    Hey Ya'll.
    I got a good deal on a couple of rack of beef short ribs today and am having a hard time finding a good recipe for smoking them. Am I better of butchering them and cooking as individuals? I would like to do them as a rack, just never done it before. Thx! M

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    Easy to cook. Salt/pepper. 250f. Until they probe tender.

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    • Ahumadora
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      Toss em in whole. Bone side down.

    • Jfrosty27
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      What these guys said.....👍

    • Henrik
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      Agree, this is the way to go.

    #3
    Killer! Thx, man!

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      #4
      Dry brine 24 hours in advance. Big Bad Beef Rub before smoking. 250° till probe tender (usually around 203°). If the meat is 1" thick they will take approximately 5 hours. 1.5" = 7 hours. 2" = 10 hours. Beef short ribs are definitely my favorite thing to smoke!

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      • Jfrosty27
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        Me too. Just the best and really hard to screw it up too!

      #5
      keep the racks intact. They look so awesome when the meat pulls back from the bones.

      Season with either Big Bad Beef rub or Salt, Pepper and Garlic.

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        #6
        I've got them brining now.

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          #7
          Cook ‘em just like you would brisket. Bone side down, steady temp. Dry brine first, then do a pepper and garlic rub on them. Depending on how much meat is on them, going to be 7 or 8 hours at 250, roughly.

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            #8
            Usually takes 8-10 hours for me, cooking around 250. I usually dry brine and then just season with black pepper. Last time I used Hank’s Signature rub and it was fantastic. Wrap if the bark is where you want it, or just go all the way unwrapped. On these, I wrapped at around 180 internal temp.
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              #9
              Thanks everyone. Got them brining and I'll let you know how they turn out tomorrow. It's almost got enough here to cook them without the smoker...115 tomorrow!

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              • Steve B
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                Damn bro. I was seeing the temps out your way. Crazy sh£¥t.
                Hopefully you can keep your cooker under control that environment.
                Looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

              #10
              Can’t wait to hear how you like them!

              And I thought it was hot in New Mexico today....I will stop with the whining about 103 hope you have pool out by that smoker and some cold beverages!

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              • Parkin
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                So far the smell is killing me! Temp has been a bit jumpy, but under control. I grew up in ABQ, and 103 is hot there....pool and drinks are a go. I just hit 107 here!

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              These took 6 hr and 15 minutes on a Yoder at 225 degrees. Then I wrapped them in foil and put into a cooler for an hour more.
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              • Parkin
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                Looks killer, man!

              #12
              They were almost too rich! Could only eat one. I think I prefer the beef back ribs from a prime rib cut. Much less meat, but not quite as decadent.

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                #13
                Last time I cooked racks of short ribs ..... Just shy of 8 hours at 250F

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                  #14
                  Rest assured that if th original intent was to make me suitably impressed, well, Gentlemen, I am there
                  Nice Job, all yall
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; July 12, 2020, 09:52 PM.

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                    #15
                    Well...I'm at 4 hours right now. It's hot here and temp has been a bit jumpy, but my average, according to Fire Board is right at 250.2. Still a ways to go but damn! The smell is killing me!!!
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