Boneless short ribs from Costco.

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Anyone cook these before? I remember many years ago on the WSM I tried to smoke em like ribs and they turned out terrible. I didn’t have any idea what I was doing anyways so who knows! I picked this pack up and from what i have read they aren’t really short ribs????
I was thinking of trying one hot and fast and seeing what happens.
Any thoughts???
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Anyone cook these before? I remember many years ago on the WSM I tried to smoke em like ribs and they turned out terrible. I didn’t have any idea what I was doing anyways so who knows! I picked this pack up and from what i have read they aren’t really short ribs????
I was thinking of trying one hot and fast and seeing what happens.
Any thoughts???
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I’m following...let me know how they turn out.
 

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Hot and fast would be my choice. No more than rare to medium rare, look for the grain to slice across. I see these every week while shopping and only bought them once. Chewy but nice flavor.
 

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I’ve only done full slab bone in, but alway low and slow. Cook to buttah @205 or so. Check that, I’ve done individual bone in and I found braising them gave me the best results. The ones I did without braise got a little dry. I’ve only done the thin cross cut Korean style ones hot and fast.

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Cooked one hot and fast and it wa s pretty good. Not amazing but pretty damn good.
I froze the rest and will try fake burnt ends when the rain goes away.
 

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Cooked one hot and fast and it wa s pretty good. Not amazing but pretty damn good.
I froze the rest and will try fake burnt ends when the rain goes away.
I really like this idea. Can’t wait to see them.
 

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