First time with Dino Bones

Discussion in 'Beef' started by pellethead13, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. Picking up some beef ribs today from the butcher to smoke this Sunday while watching my Hawks attempt to put a bruising on Brady. 

    Whole racks are $3.99/lb which I thought was pretty good deal considering this is a high end butcher. 

    I own a GMB Daniel Boone, and have never smoked beef ribs before.  I was assuming I would smoke them like baby backs using the 3-2-1 method at 220 degrees.  Any info would be greatly appreciated on how others have mastered the Dino Bones!!! 

    I will update this post on Sunday with pics of the smoke.......Thanks guys/gals and go SEAHAWKS!!!!
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  3. tropics

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  4. Thanks guys will check both posts. Headed to the butcher now, is it Sunday yet!?!?
  5. tropics

    tropics Smoking Guru SMF Premier Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    Post some pics when you do them
  6. Was out of the country for work for a while and forgot to post some of the photos.  The first round turned out great.  The second go around I had too much salt in my rub but nonetheless were smoked well.  

    That Kirkland Signature Whiskey is pretty damn good...Prep work the night before, beef backs and a baby back

    smoked the beef ribs 2.5-2.5-1 with apple juice for in the middle.  not a lot of meat on the ribs so figured I would smoke with liquid just a bit longer.  Baby backs were done 3-2-1, at the end made a bourbon honey butter mop for the babies.  Beef ribs were mustard mopped with a blend of salt, lots pepper, garlic & onion power, cayenne.  Babies were also mustard mopped with a blend of salt, pepper, turbinado sugar, cayenne, garlic & onion powder and dry mustard. 

    second round prep, spur of the moment so I did not rub and let set overnight like the first time.  Honestly did not recognize a difference from the first round.  As mentioned before I oversalted my rub but they were still great.

    Thanks to all for the advice and photos to make my first and second take at dino's a success!

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