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Barbecue Ribs
Heritage Pork, Pastured Lamb & Grass Fed Beef

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Fullblood Wagyu
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Pasture Raised
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Barbecue Ribs Smoking Guide

Cut Type Size Smoker Temp Avg Time Finish Temp
Beef Ribs 2 slabs 225 °F 4-5 hrs 190 °F
Short Ribs 4-5 lbs 200 °F 2.5-3.5 hrs 165 °F
Baby-Back Ribs Full Rack 225 °F 4-5 hrs 165 °F
Lamb Ribs 2 slabs 220 °F 3-4 hrs 170 °F

Frequently Asked Questions

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How long does it take to smoke ribs at 225 degrees?

Depending on rib size and meat, it'll take about 3 to 4 hours.

How do you smoke ribs in a smoker?
  1. Start smoker on the smoke setting, and run it on that setting for 5-10 minutes.
  2. Increase smoker heat to 225 °F degrees and place ribs on smoker.
  3. Smoke the ribs, meaty side up, for about 3 to 4 hours depending on size and meat type.
What is the 3 2 1 rib method?

The 3 2 1 rib method is a simple way to get the perfect cooked, tender ribs. It's a method based on smoking ribs at a certain temperature for 3 hours, wrapping the ribs and a liquid glaze (like apple cider, brown sugar, and butter) with foil and cooking for another 2 hours, and then saucing for the final 1 hour.

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