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John Setzler

Beef Chuck Short Ribs Recipe and Video

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Here's a recipe for some big bold beef chuck rubs with a big bold homemade rub to bring it to life!  

2 to 4 Beef Chuck Short ribs, separated or on a full rack

 

Rub:

 

3 tablespoons sea salt or kosher salt
3 tablespoons fresh ground black pepper
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon fresh ground coffee
1 teaspoon granulated garlic or garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Worcestershire sauce to coat ribs

 

Preheat your Kamado Joe to 250°F and setup for indirect cooking.  Add a couple smoke wood chunks of your choice and cook these until they are probe tender (approximately 200°F internal meat temperature.)
 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, aljoseph said:

Nicely done again as usual John. Beef short ribs, both bone in and boneless, are high on my list of tasty beef offerings.

 

Absolutely... I have been unable to buy these locally until this new Publix opened in my area.  Walmart carries these really anemic looking beef back ribs that have practically no meat on them.  

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5 hours ago, CentralTexBBQ said:

Great vid John. Actually after these cook for a litle bit longer, they get genuinely fork tender. And, they are the one rib that I absolutely love fall off the bone. Good luck on finding a full rack.

As I write this, I have about 3 lbs beef short ribs (boneless) perking away in the water at 131F. They will be ready for a sear Sunday evening after a 72 hour bath. Love beef short ribs. They will be fork tender and medium rare.

 

10 hours ago, John Setzler said:

 

Absolutely... I have been unable to buy these locally until this new Publix opened in my area.  Walmart carries these really anemic looking beef back ribs that have practically no meat on them.  

I usually get mine at Costco. The boneless offerings there are nice and meaty.

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11 hours ago, aljoseph said:

As I write this, I have about 3 lbs beef short ribs (boneless) perking away in the water at 131F. They will be ready for a sear Sunday evening after a 72 hour bath. Love beef short ribs. They will be fork tender and medium rare.

 

I usually get mine at Costco. The boneless offerings there are nice and meaty.

 

What does Costco call them, what does it say on the label?

I would love to get them there, boned or bone in..

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While I don't have a package with label handy, I am certain Costco calls them "beef short ribs". I usually get the boneless ones as they are pure meat. The packages are 4 to 6 ribs per package.

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1 hour ago, Chasdev said:

I'm going to see if mine has them. As much as I love to eat them, I hate paying $5.50 for bone weight..

 

But that bone works wonders. It's also visually impressive! My 4th of July cook (reference my profile pic) illicited multiple ooos and aaahs... And we do, for the most part, eat with our eyes :-D

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Great Video John.  I wish I had seen your video before I did mine, I would have tried your rub.  Next time I still have two big bones left.

 

Any meat dept that sells short ribs should have the full plate back in the cooler.  Short ribs are just a cross cut off the plate.  When I asked the butcher he went into the cooler and showed me how they come to their store, two plates to a pack.

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On 7/28/2017 at 7:39 AM, Chasdev said:

 

What does Costco call them, what does it say on the label?

I would love to get them there, boned or bone in..

 

On 7/28/2017 at 8:41 AM, aljoseph said:

While I don't have a package with label handy, I am certain Costco calls them "beef short ribs". I usually get the boneless ones as they are pure meat. The packages are 4 to 6 ribs per package.

 

I just picked up a package at Costoc. They call them "beef chuck short ribs boneless".

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