Sunday, August 14, 2016

Beef Ribs / Weber Rotisserie

This is my first rotisserie cook in my new to me Weber Stainless Steel Performer and also using the Slow ‘N Sear to control the cook. 

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The short ribs came from Wally-World and looked pretty good with quite a bit of meat on them. 

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Prepped them with some rub and black pepper and got them mounted into my rotisserie basket. 

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I also prepped some root crops to go under my ribs. They included some new potatoes, sweet potatoes, and onions. Along with some salt and black pepper, I used some rosemary and thyme for additional flavor for my veggies. 

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Fired up the Slow ‘N Sear and then loaded my treats. 

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Was a very moist morning with a very heavy dew and I am sure about 100 percent humidity...everything was wet and sticky. 

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Cooked the ribs to about 200 degrees internal or until the bones started falling out and took them off of the cooker. 

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Removed the remaining bones and got the food ready for the table.

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Wife liked her ribs straight up and I put a little sauce on one of mine. They were good either way!

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