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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
yall going to make me buy a plate of short ribs next time i hit costco
Ita really hard to eat a lot of them
This is why I much prefer brisket to a plate of beef ribs. The beef rib is like point meat on steroids and there’s only so much I can eat.
No pictures because I never remember, the tri-tip "brisket" was much better than expected, significantly better than a chuck roast.
Made peri peri whole chicken a few days back
How it started…
How it’s going…
Don’t have a “how it ended” because everyone eats southwest turkey burgers (ground turkey, green onion, chipotle in adobo, diced jalapeño, shredded cheddar topped with pickled red onion) too fast.
Lewis BBQ, Charleston.
Gotta say, I think my brisket is better (usually).
Bought 3 choice briskets for $55. Gonna have to find something to do with them because smoking choice briskets is not ideal.
Do it well and there are very few people who can tell you the difference
Dem savings are ideal doe
I usually smoke choice because I am a man, made of flesh and blood. Not money.
My wife thinks I’m 90% money 10% man. My offset doesn’t care and that’s what matters.
Any brisket fuck ups I’ve had still made me 10/10 chili.
this made for good leftovers eaten cold in the hotel room last night.
$1.25/lb butts at Kroger. I’m pretty much set for the year after this.
It’s even better when you pull them out of the freezer. Neighbor asked me to make one for a gathering we are having Friday. Pulled it out and saw I paid less than a dollar per pound on that particular butt. I was smug.
We also have replaced a nice freezer, who had a glorious 25 year career, with a bigger freezer. I have an arms only policy when I go to look for deals. If I can carry it, I buy it. Helps with space, otherwise I’d be 100% full. Only exception is pork tenderloin, I’m getting a cart and buying all of it.
Jerk pork kebabs
Serranos in the chimichurri was pretty good.
Doing just black pepper and lawry's today instead of my usual, more complicated rub. I'll add some sugar to the bottom of the foil when I wrap. Speaking of, been doing foil boat for butts lately and it works great.
Sandwiches today and leftovers for enchiladas. First butt I've smoked for myself in months.
Kroger had BOGO on pork butts today.
Nearly done. Fell asleep at one point and the fire almost died.
Just tossed some baby backs on for dinner and realized I have no sauce.
Home solo with child. Not aire I can get out before I need to glaze em
Can you make a quick one at home?
I always knew Birmingham was a better city than Atlanta, but I’m still shocked to find out that ATL doesn’t have any grocery delivery services
how does Augusta have grocery delivery and ATL doesn’t? That’s wild
Am I the only one that doesn’t sauce and enjoys dry rub ribs?
Do you have ketchup, mustard, ACV, worcestershire sauce and syrup?
Pretty sure they do. It would be like 30 tho
Got an egg grill smoker thingy and been fooling with it. Done chickens, a few pork butts. Decided to try something else. Ribs came out well.
I did find some Fox Bros bbq sauce in the back of the fridge. That's something Bham doesn't have One Two
Made a Carolina gold sauce for one of the butts. Didn’t get a meat pic but the results were solid. Hoping to learn from the experienced of you in here.
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That looks like a Kamado Joe?
Any tips? Made pizzas last night. Got a kiln shelf as a stone and used some kiln posts to elevate it from the heat deflector. Made two pies in like 8 minutes. Both delicious using NYT’s Roberta’s dough.
The Joetisserie is cool. I’ve only done whole chickens on it so far. I need to get a basket to do wings and veggies. Picanha and shawarma are next on the list.
Get the grate extender as you can never have enough space.
Prime Day is coming up in a couple weeks so they likely will have deals or will have some of the lowest prices in some time.
Joe classic II is on sale at Costco for $899
what would I lose out on by not paying double for the classic III?
The third Roman numeral
Is eating an entire rack of baby backs too much??
The slo roller and I think it’s slightly taller so you can cook on three levels.
I’ve heard mixed things about the slo roller and if it’s worth the money. So I would go with the classic 2 if you don’t need all of the latest features.
Absolutely not. If you have another rack then start doing work on it.