- Let's get started
- Smoker up to temp/Prep
- Wrapping your ribs
- Final product :P
- Quick recap and thank you
In this course will be going over how to cook beef ribs through our smoker.
Total cook time will be around that 4 to 5 hour mark depending on what size ribs you have.
Larger ribs will be 6 to 7 hours.
Thank you so much for checking out our course we have a lot of smoking courses just like this one.
Grab a pen and paper as you will need to take some notes down and adjust this recipe for your setup.
The style beef rib is always a hit with friends and family!!!
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Hello my name is Chris I am 30 years old and have been teaching 3 years now.
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You can have all the degrees in the world and still be a knucklehead. Common sense that is taught in these courses will get you farther than half the junk on the internet haha.
But thank you thank you so much for being a part of these courses that me and my wife are putting out.
So Welcome and I hope you learn something from our courses and apply them to your life and teach others.
I have some issues establishing what spices should mix with some sauces. But luckily, the instructor goes in depth with what mixes and the chemistry of the food in a smoking state.
I really enjoyed watching the beef ribs , great tips!!!
At first, I felt that the course was way too long and you were trying to lengthen it. Then I found out the reason in another course that it is the minimum length of each course, that's why I edit my rating. Thank you for the recipe!
Thank you for your time and presentation. Appreciated the price too. :) Greetings from Australia, I'll let you know what a smoked Kangaroo tastes like in the near future!