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Post by Ypedal » Dec 04 2012 5:19pm

Picked up this huge mofo at costco last night....

Have never cooked ribs before.. anyone got a good recipe or suggestions ?

I was considering the slow cooker with some bullseye sauce.... but got me some reading to do !
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Post by StudEbiker » Dec 04 2012 6:18pm

If you MUST do them inside, this is a good recipe.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alto ... index.html

If you can do them on a grill though, that would be better.

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Post by gestalt » Dec 04 2012 6:19pm

pick a dry rub recipe you like, apply then wrap in seran wrap, then tin foil. let that go in a sheet pan in the oven at 225-250 for around eight hours. sounds crazy but it works like a charm, then you can eat them as is, or throw them into a nice hot pan with some sauce and give them a quick glaze like I like to do.
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Post by arkmundi » Dec 04 2012 6:26pm

StudEbiker wrote:If you MUST do them inside, this is a good recipe....If you can do them on a grill though, that would be better.
Being Texas born & raised, and by a man who love'd his meat, I can attest first hand that its both. Its all in the cookin' as they say. Start by marinating the meat in your preferred marinade - 3 days is the going rate. Then oven cook until mostly done. Add on your barbeque sauce. Transfer to a grill outside. The "secret" ingredient is wood smoke. Hickory, oak, and mesquite are favorites. Yes, you can use a gas grill (its easier that way), just be sure to throw on some wood chips. Cook with the cover down.
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Post by cassschr1 » Dec 04 2012 6:27pm

Ribs and sauerkraut in the crockpot, one of my fav.

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Post by arkmundi » Dec 04 2012 6:41pm

Considering...
Generally speaking any wood that is hard and free of resin (or sap) is good for making smoke. If the tree makes fruit or nuts you enjoy eating then the wood is typically good for smoking. Some wood, of course make better smoke than others. Woods like Apple have a mellow flavor and won't give you much in a short amount of time but if you’re cooking for a while then it has time to add that mellow flavor without overpowering the food. Woods like mesquite are very strong and while it gives you a good flavor quickly that flavor will become bitter fast so don't use too much or for too long. Smoke - Choose the right wood to make the perfect smoke
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Post by Ykick » Dec 04 2012 8:09pm

When I can't use a real offset firebox smoker I Beer steam previously dry (overnight) rubbed ribs for about 40 minutes or until the meat starts pulling back from the bones. Finish in oven and/or sear on the grill basted with sauce of choice. Enjoy!
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Post by Sancho's Horse » Dec 04 2012 8:25pm

I will see your ribs and raise you a shoulder!
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Unfortunately, my skills at cooking ribs and shoulders inside are not as good. However, my mother-in-law is an incredible cook (authentic chinese). I can ask her for a good recipe if you would like.

I typically make a series of deep cuts in the shoulder to aid cooking and flavoring. I use a local grocery chain rub, either the night before, or morning of. I make a sauce with some cheap $1.25 BBQ sauce (cheap but the best), some soy sauce, and a bit of teriyaki marinade from Aldi's. I make a fire with regular briquettes, real wood charcoal, and some little logs of either pear or apple from some trees I cut down last year. I cover to keep in the smoke, drink a beer, do some yard work, watch the meat, taste, and 3-5 hrs. later...Enjoy!

The soy sauce and teriyaki marinade are rich in glutamates, so they really kick it up a step. The pear is maybe the best over a long period. I have oak, mesquite, apple, even cedar. They are good for different types of cooking, but I really like the pear.

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Post by Ypedal » Dec 04 2012 8:47pm

Lots of really good ideas to go from, awsome, the picture above is 2 very large rib chunks, i'm going to split in 2 and try half in the oven, other half in the slow cooker.

I'd do an outside smoker but it's too cold this time of year for that and the BBQ is already put away for the season.... :|
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Post by Farfle » Dec 05 2012 2:15am

gestalt wrote:pick a dry rub recipe you like, apply then wrap in seran wrap, then tin foil. let that go in a sheet pan in the oven at 225-250 for around eight hours. sounds crazy but it works like a charm, then you can eat them as is, or throw them into a nice hot pan with some sauce and give them a quick glaze like I like to do.
I can vouch for this technique, but glaze them, then wrap them it's almost like a high temperature marinade. The pan sear after gives them a great appearance and texture, and the super slow oven bake makes them fall off the bone.
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Post by The fingers » Dec 05 2012 10:10am

For smoking meat, Sam the Turkey Man (also a rib expert) used to recommend peach wood exclusively. He made his own rub (cajun medium hot, the same flavoring he injected into his deep-fried turkeys), keeping the rubbed ribs in the fridge overnight. Started the smoker in the morning and they were ready to eat by lunchtime. Also made his own BBQ sauce, to put on them when done. During-non turkey season, he kept the deep friers going by making corn meal battered deep-fried catfish in peanut oil with the same cajun spices and hush puppies to go with 'em. Like the Sicilian olive maker who adopted me when I was 42, he died without leaving his recipes with anyone except his son. :(
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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 11:07am

Alright, here we go, got 2 big racks so the 1st one i cut in half, put in slow cooker, covered with bulls eye sauce... and set to Low for 6 hrs.
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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 11:16am

2nd rack i cut in half, first half covered with oinon soup mix, steak spice, and meat seasoning generic brand X..
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coverd with seran wrap as recommended, then coverd in foil.
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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 11:27am

the other half, covered with bulls eye, wrapped in foil along with the 1st half.

and Now we wait !.
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Post by Doctorbass » Dec 05 2012 11:39am

That Bulls eye sauce is really excellent Ypedal!.. It's my ex girlfriend living at Grand Falls that made me discovered that product, but that sauce also existed in a different flavour ( i remember that the sticker color was ligt blue and not red like the original one) but it no more exist i think..)

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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 12:02pm

we still have them all at sobey'.. kraft product.

http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/products/ ... sauce.aspx
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Post by Harold in CR » Dec 05 2012 1:21pm

HAH. Amateurs. :lol: :lol:

If you want to get your tongue to slap you on both sides of your face, until you nearly pass out, ya gots ta getcha someGATOR SAUCE

It comes available as just plain Swamp Gator, right on up to 5 alarm, or, maybe it's LETHAL, now :roll: :lol: :lol:

I used to use it making venison jerky in the smoker. NEVER could keep any more than 2 days. Had more requests than I could gather deer to use it with. 8) :lol:

That Bulls Eye is junk.

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Post by Kingfish » Dec 05 2012 2:30pm

I prefer KC Master’s Original and blended 50:50 with a good low-hop English Porter, then add in the rest of the superlatives like garlic, fresh-cut rosemary, fresh-cracked black pepper, etc. The mixture needs to be enough to bury the meat, then let soak for 24 hours at cool temp (warmer than a fridge). Then through the meat onto the Barbi and slather with sauce as required. A friend of mine likes to dose his custom marinade with a couple of shots of bourbon and chopped habanero; he’s a bit on the flame-brave side, although I occasionally like more picante and will chop up an Anaheim pepper for lip-smackin’ zip. :twisted:

I haven’t had ribs in quite some time! So would you have cornbread and beans with that?
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Post by NeilP » Dec 05 2012 2:39pm

Sancho's Horse wrote:I will see your ribs and raise you a shoulder!
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I'lll see them both and raise the bar to the whole pig:
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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 2:43pm

Damn.. hard to beat a whole pig !!!.. 8)

4 hrs in !
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the seran wrap side i flipped over, the non wrapped side fell apart while i tried to flip it so i ate a chunk and put it back in ( it's cooked... just needs a bit longer to sit and soak in juice....

omfg...... it's going to be like 7pm by the time it's " done " but well worth the wait..

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Post by dnmun » Dec 05 2012 2:49pm

the plastic did not melt in the oven?

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Post by Ypedal » Dec 05 2012 3:08pm

the underside did, not stuck to the meat but it did melt. set oven to 250
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Post by Doctorbass » Dec 05 2012 5:21pm

Ypedal wrote:we still have them all at sobey'.. kraft product.

http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/products/ ... sauce.aspx

Great!... lucky you are for that.. here we dont have these anymore :(
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Pics not fair! You''ve got me drooling all over the place! 8)
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Post by Bison_69 » Dec 06 2012 4:36am

Doctorbass wrote:
Ypedal wrote:we still have them all at sobey'.. kraft product.

http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/products/ ... sauce.aspx

Great!... lucky you are for that.. here we dont have these anymore :(
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