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  1. #1
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    Default Beef Ribs on a Weber Q320

    Stuck home by myself on Christmas eve because I had some surgery the other day (bionic toe) and don't feel like travelling.

    Decided to see if I could get the temp low enough to do beef ribs on the Q320, since there would be no one to complain if it failed

    Rubbed the bones up with Bill's Beef Power Rub wrapped in saran wrap for 5 hrs.


    Turned off the outer ring burner, covered the center burner with foil, and turned the center burner down as low as it goes.


    The above created a consistent 210 on the built in thermometer. I flipped them once, and let them go 2.5 hours. Plated up and dug in...


    Thet were a tad tough yet, I should have let them go longer. The power rub was not meant for ribs (It will be great on roasts) so was just a tad salty. Finished up with a local BBQ sauce (Kinders). The dogs loved the bones when I waas done.
    I am in shape. Round is a shape.
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  2. #2
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    Brisket on a stick.
    Your ribs look fine, probably needed to cook a little longer.
    I normaly cook beef ribs at 250 degrees for 7 hours.
    Internal temp of 205 degrees, they turn out perfect IMHO.

  3. #3
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    Maybe not the greatest, but you still ate and so did the dog. And in the process you found a good way not to cook up those bones. Thanks for sharing buster - Merry Christmas to ya.
    Plank Owner ..................
    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian!



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    Those look tasty to me.
    Weber 26.75 OTG,Weber 22.5 Blue Performer, Weber 22.5 OTG with Weber Rotisserie, UDS, 18.5 " WSM,Weber Jumbo Joe

    John

  6. #6
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    Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmnnnnnnnn those 1st 3 pics look very tasty
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    mes watt burner
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    6 burner s.s. gasser
    turkey fryer
    UDS ... work in progess

  7. #7
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    Those ribs look good from here! Nice look'n blue heeler, too. One of my fav dogs.

    Mistakes - It could be that the purpose of your life is only to serve as a warning to others.

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    Good lookin' bones from here.

    Hope your foot gets to feeling better quickly.
    Jim

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    Those ribs look great. I will be cooking some of them next weekend.
    American by Birth
    Southern by Heritage
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