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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
I never have to worry about this when getting my grilled sirloin from The Roadhouse fwiw.
I would appreciate you not gloating right now about living within walking distance of six Texas Roadhouses
Yeah but 50% of the time, the neon sign “o” is out so it just says “R adhouse”
shit, that just makes it better
I had a little bubble on the lid on my GMG, sent them a picture of it using the app and they sent me a new lid
Clown Baby if it really starts bothering you they sell high temp grill paint. Just scrape the chips off, polish off the base with ammonia and have it. You could even get some high temp glue and finish it off by bedazzling “Live Laugh Love” across it to capture your unique and quirky sense of style.
Just wanted to say I love you fellow BBQ guys
Looking at the sauce recipes in the OP and they all look pretty good. Anyone make any of them?
bigred77 taste tested all of them but still swears by good old fashioned ketchup for his bbq sauce
Have to mix in some liquid smoke or I ain’t touching it
No, but don’t sleep on One Two’s dogshit beans.
And where is your recipe in the OP? I’ll hang up and listen
I use Myron Mixon’s vinegar sauce for my pulled pork and love it. Highly recommend.
Just buy Dale's, it's all you need.
I do Franklin’s but try to make it spicier. It’s pretty basic, but does the trick.
Beef cattle inventories drop to lowest levels in more than half century
by George Jared ([email protected]) 13 hours ago 100 views
In “Cattle Market Notes Weekly,” a newsletter focused on the cattle industry, University of Kentucky’s Kenny Burdine and James Mitchell, extension livestock economist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, said the decline came as no surprise.
“There was no question that the beef cow herd had gotten smaller,” Burdine and Mitchell said. “It was just a question of how much smaller.”
Global financial firm BTIG predicts that consumer beef prices will rise by 15% during the year, and prices will remain elevated in this cycle through 2025. While beef will be up, the report notes that poultry prices are predicted to drop by 9%.
For many U.S. livestock producers, 2022 offered a perfect storm of economic and weather-related challenges. Input costs such as diesel and fertilizer doubled and sometimes tripled in cost, and a hot, dry summer increased reliance on groundwater in the absence of rainfall. For cattle producers in particular, drought conditions offered no replenishment of dwindling forage supplies, leaving many to cull deeper into their herds than they might have otherwise preferred. Elevated beef cull prices contributed to an 11% increase in beef cow slaughter, according to the USDA.
Mitchell said the reduced supply combined with steady demand from the U.S. consumer at least meant greater profitability for producers with stock to sell.
“There is a pretty substantial biological lag in the beef supply chain,” he said. “What consumers experience at the grocery store is a product of what cattle producers were going through a year or two ago. It takes about two years for a new calf to become the steak on your dinner plate. To the extent that we’ve got historically low cattle stocks today, that will lead to tighter cattle production, which means potentially higher beef prices. From the perspective of cattle producers, this also means higher prices. The recent report from USDA just reinforces a bullish outlook on cattle prices for the next couple of years.”
The downward trend in cattle production does not appear likely to reverse in 2023. According to USDA’s cattle-on-feed data, the number of cows on feed as of Jan. 1 fell 4% from 2022 numbers, to about 14.2 million, marking the first year-over-year decline in beef production in eight years, Burdine and Mitchell said.
Arkansas typically ranks among the top 15 beef cattle producing states. There were nearly 1 million head of beef cattle/cows in the state in 2020, USDA reported. Beef is typically the fifth largest agri sector in Arkansas. It’s a nearly $1 billion industry in the state with about 24,000 farms. Roughly, 5.6 million acres is utilized in the industry, according to the Arkansas Farm Bureau.
cliffs: Stock you freezer when something you like is on sale
Anyone have a good homemade burger recipe they like? Looking for something new.
Smoke shirt steak fajitas tonight.
And by fajitas I absolutely mean quesadillas. That is just how lots of beer works.
and how’d the shirt method taste?
wait a minute, now you are just piling on.
Delicious looking taco you made there
Thanks, I am legit when making Mexican paninis.
Shirt steak sounds like a piece of top round that devine tucks under his armpit to tenderize.
Me to the q thread rn
For standard grilled burgers I like doing a light marinade of Worcestershire and bbq sauce.
Well, I feel like everything I taught a.tramp has been for nothing after this disaster of an evening
Found devine 's reddit acct.
What's in the jar that just says "Austin"
Jizz for college Station sauce?
Those look fantastic. Great job devine
Did some wings for lunch. Hour on the Egg and 7-8 mins in the air fryer.
What temps did you use for each?
250* on the Egg and 400* in the air fryer
I seriously wanna see the smoker
It’s a Lang
I knew this Grohl guy was a good guy
He needs to have a hairnet on.
keep that fucker or sell it on ebay
I didn't mean to kink shame.
tell me you wouldn't keep this man's hair.
Cabbage two ways!
i’ve eaten grohl’s bbq at a pop up a few years ago
very good ribs
Dave being Dave.
Burger night last night.
I’ll take your burger night…
…and raise you boneless skinless thighs over charcoal night. 8-10 hour marinade in soy sauce, ginger, garlic, honey, red pepper flake, and sesame oil.