Yes, a lot of the bigger ones had the small end tapered really thin, this one was one of the best for small end and I'm glad its this size. Will be smoking it up for hubbys birthday next weekend.Strider wrote: ↑ I picked up beef ribs and a brisket at Costco yesterday too... along with some Canada Prime rib steaks. Beef for days.
That's a little baby brisket! The smallest at the Costco I went to was about 15lbs and the flat tapered down to almost paper thin so I took the next smallest one which was 20lbs.
Any good recipe/tips for smoking the ribs?
I do the ribs low and slow like I would pork ribs, and for about the same time/temp. Seasoned with Traeger Blackened Sask rub, thats what I use on my brisket too.. absolutely love that rub.
We did our ribs last night and I braised them in a covered dish in the oven at 275 for 3 hours, slapped on some bbq sauce and then grilled on the bbq, hubbys favourite and super easy for me.