January 28, 2013 at 9:51 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment


After wandering into my butcher to pick up some steak to make a stir fry with, what should happen to catch my eye under the counter but some Dino Bones!!!! That’s right, beef back ribs!!! TWO racks of them! If you are like me and find the best part of the Prime Rib is the bone, well I just couldn’t pass those up so I took both of them home with the plan to cook them on Saturday.

Now I have never cooked Dino Bones before so I went to the Green Eggers forum for some advice and was turned onto this great post on the Nibble Me This website that used a version of a recipe from Adam Perry Lang’s BBQ 25 book here

I followed his instructions and recipe for the most part except that in addition to the dry rub I added a teaspoon of onion powder…

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