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Pork vs Beef ribs
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J_Wagfrm
Posted 11/23/2021 05:56 (#9336163 - in reply to #9335063)
Subject: RE: Pork vs Beef ribs


South Western Michigan
Beef ribs, beef back or dino are hard to beat if done correctly but require much more time and effort. Pork ribs are quicker and easier. If cooking pork ribs I prefer St Louis cut as they are larger and have more fat content which equals flavor to me. The biggest issue I've found with beef ribs is most people don't take the time to cook them low and slow in a fashion that breaks them down and makes them tender. If you've ever had a plate rib or dino rib or whatever you want to call it cooked correctly low and slow it doesn't get much better. That said I smoke probably 50-75 racks of pork ribs a year and maybe 10-12 racks of beef ribs.
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