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    I put in my ST smoker 12 lbs of short ribs today at 11:30 am. They will be in for 6-8 hours. I will post some pictures tonight and maybe even a video. I will post the new recipe if they are as good as I think they'll be.
    I think the world is wearing bi-focals, I'm the only one with perfect vision. 'Paul Newman" in "Cool Hand Luke"

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    i hope there as good as you think they will be ....smoke on dude

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    SHOW ME THE MONEY!!! Can't wait to see the results!!!!

    BillyBob
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    O.K. Finally.

    Here are a few pictures that I had taken as we were in the middle of dinner. My kids jokingly said "Dad aren't you going to take pictures" as they laughed.

    So, I jumped up from the table and carried the ribs to the stove top to stage a few. These pictures are really what was left in the bowl. There were so many ribs in the bowl I couldn't put any more on top or they were falling off.

    I thought the ribs were great along with half the family. The other half thought that they were too fatty. They don't know a good piece of meat when they see it.

    The recipe was made up the day before and here's what I did.

    I use Fiesta Texas Steak seasoning for the base. Link: http://www.fiestaspices.com/index.as...q_texasstyless

    1 Tbs Fiesta Steak Seasoning

    1 Tbs powdered sugar

    1 Tbs course ground black pepper

    1 tsp Onion powder

    1 tsp Garlic powder

    1 tsp Mustard powder

    I rubbed the ribs and placed them in the smoker for 7 hours. 4 hours unwrapped and then wrapped them in double foil for 3 hours more.

    I took them from the smoker right to the grills and seared them with a mop sauce. The sauce was made from Apple cider vinegar, orange juice, brown sugar, the seasoning rub, and water. I let it boil for about a half an hour stirring as it thickens. Now it was still a thinner liquid to mop the ribs. It wasn't like a heavy BBQ sauce. Just the right touch to get a little caramelization.

    All in all it was pretty good cook. I wasn't disappointed at all.

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    Last edited by SmokeRing; 06-29-2012 at 03:44 PM.
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    SmokeRing...they look outstanding!!!!! Great job!!!

    BillyBob
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    They look great. Going to have to give short ribs a try.

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    looks awesome SmokeRing. Gotta luv short ribs. I'm going to try your method. Thanks

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    I think the world is wearing bi-focals, I'm the only one with perfect vision. 'Paul Newman" in "Cool Hand Luke"

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