Chilebrown at home

Wednesday, April 2, 2014


This unusual cut of beef ribs was acquired at a local 'Mega Wally-World". The price was right and these little bones were packing some meat. I did not hesitate putting them in our cart. This would make the perfect little weekday dinner. The back membrane was removed before a dusting of rub was patted over the two slabs. They were rolled in a circle and fastened together with toothpicks so they could fit on my 14.5 WSM. Two hours at 265 degrees and one hour wrapped made for some tender bones. A generic sauce was used and we had a 'Flinstone Yaba Daba Doo' dinner. Good eats!


Zoomie said...

Looking good, like the cook!

Greg said...

That really is an edible work of art. I have been craving some beef ribs but most of what I see in the market are slim on meat.

Three Dogs BBQ said...

Loving those beef ribs Chilebrown. Good stuff. How was the Sams Club competition?

Chilebrown said...

Zoomie, We are going to judge a ribs only contest in Colusa this Sunday. Beef and pork, I cannot wait.

Greg, It is hard to find good beef ribs. These were cut odd but I still snatched them up.

Three Dogs BBQ, As a judge it was great. As a cook it rained pretty hard.