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Monday, June 1, 2009

Smoked Beef Ribs

This is just some more Memorial weekend pics....
Smoked some beef ribs on my horzontal wood burner.
I like beef ribs the best and do not like to use a heavy rub or sauce on them so I just rub with olive oil and season with cracked black pepper and kosher salt.







I brushed some with Qsauce and served the rest with sauce on the side...



They disappeared pretty fast. lol


Also went through a couple batches of biscuits and gravy over the weekend. It's an easy-to-make breakfast for a crowd.








12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jeanie,
My invite must of got lost in the mail,sorry I didn't make it.(my Loss).LOL looks like you cooked the whole weekend! If any of your guests went home hungry,wasn't your fault. Great looking meals.

Take Care

OTT

cowgirl said...

Thanks OTT, everyone seemed to be fed and happy.
Not sure where your invite went. lol Darned mail is always getting lost. lol

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Beef Bones & Biscuits and Gravy....life don't get any better than that!! Real Nice!!

grothe

cowgirl said...

Thank you Gene!!
Beef bones are one of my favorites. Biscuits and gravy are really easy to make for a crowd of people too. :)

Mrs. JP said...

The ribs look really good. When we do beef ribs we marinate them in soy sauce, garlic and cilantro. They're really good that way too.
Your site always makes me hungry :O)

cowgirl said...

Mmmmm...the soy, garlic and cilantro sound great Mrs JP!
Thank you for sharing your recipe. Can't wait to give it a try. :)

Frugal Canadian Hermit said...

Yip, I just had to look at this right before supper while being pretty hungry. Big mistake. Looks pretty darned good Jeanie.

cowgirl said...

lol... I'd fed X some to ya if I had any left.

Thanks Mark, hope you get to eat your supper sometime soon. :)

Chris said...

Good lord that smoke ring is incredible! And the biscuits too? Sigh....

cowgirl said...

Thanks Chris!
I really like the way my wood burner smokes beef ribs. They've got to be my all time favorites. :)

Pastor Coke said...

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE FOR THE BEEF T COOK IN THE SMOKER

cowgirl said...

Hi Pastor,

I usually smoke my beef ribs on my horizontal wood burner, but when I use the drum smoker, I keep the temperature low. Around 275 and smoke the ribs for 3 hours or so.

I watch for the meat on the ribs to pull back from the bone. When at least an inch of bone is showing, the ribs are usually ready.
Hope this helps!!

Jeanie