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No Rib-O-Lator Ribs!!!
January 15, 2010
1:30 pm
Rib-O-Lator
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i love ribs, brisket, p shoulder and many other animals, but the one thing i love the most is short ribs. not just any short ribs, but the ones i make. i know every time someone makes somthin they say theirs is the best, but after alot of experamentin i found the short rib secret. these things are so stinkin good you won't be able to put them in your mouth fast enough, in fact, if your not careful you will be chewin on your knuckles before you know it.

if i'm ever choking on something i want it to be on one of these, if i'm on my death bed the last thing i want in my mouth is one of my short ribs. after you try them you will agree.

i buy my short ribs at sams club. there are about 20+ in a pack for about $15.

i soak them in coke in a big roasting pan overnight.

then i slow boil, actually just under a boil in the same said coke for about a half hr or so to make them tender. i know! boiling is a sin, but this is the only time i do it.

then i dip them in the magic sauce and throw them on a hot grill. this is the one time the rib-o-lator takes a back seat.

i let the sauce caramelize and then i baste them again and re-caramelize. then put them on a plate.

my wife ate about four and i downed the rest like a mad dog on crack (i finished before she did)

sorry some of the pics are out of focus.

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss147/rib-o-lator/SHORT%20RIBS/DSCN0559.jpg

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss147/rib-o-lator/SHORT%20RIBS/DSCN0569.jpg

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss147/rib-o-lator/SHORT%20RIBS/DSCN0580.jpg

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss147/rib-o-lator/SHORT%20RIBS/DSCN0583.jpg

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss147/rib-o-lator/SHORT%20RIBS/DSCN0584.jpg

now tell me you wouldn't want to choke on one of these!!!

B-O-B
[url]www.ribolator.com[/url]

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B-O-B i cook on a Rib-O-Lator, gasser, and UDS 206-999-0962
May 29, 2010
8:10 am
homebbq
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Hey Bob

They look real good.. I cook beef short ribs quite often, and as long as I give them the time they need to get tender, they are tender. I cook them 2 hours, then 1 hour wrapped in heavy duty foil, then finish them off with the foil opened and cook them until done (another 30 minutes to 1 hour max).

I would be tempted to try this and add the marinade when they are in foil.

Kevin

HomeBBQ.com

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