Yep, its been a long dry spell for cooking. We have been rebuilding our kitchen among other things. I am so tired of fast food. Nothing like home cooking.
But I am now back in the swing of things. Well almost.
I was shopping our local Mexican store again the other day and saw these beef ribs (with meat on the bones). That was a rear find as most that I find are shiners, the only meat on the ribs is what is holding the bones together. Anyway just had to have some, listed below is the results of the Beef Rib cook.
I started my trim by removing most of the fat, for some reason I just don't like the taste of the fat on ribs. The taste is real strong to me. Next all the silver skin and the membrane has to be removed. The membrane is located next to the bones. On beef it is kind of heavy. Get it started coming and grasp with a paper towel and pull. It is harder to remove than that found on pork ribs.
After the trim job I just used salt and pepper as my seasoning. Rubbed both sides with a 50% mix.
Had the temperature on the UDS (ugly drum smoker) up to 275°. Placed a cover over the fire basket, just to defuse the heat around. And to catch any drips that might happen to fall. Placed the Ribs over to one side, bone side down. Replaced the lid and let her cook. And after about 5 1/2 hours we have this.
Tender, moist and wonderful tasting ribs: