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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
I’m smoking ribs during a hurricane today and the haters are furious
Anyone ever do ribs on a gas grill? It’s storming sideways and I’m not sure I feel comfortable using the Weber kettle
Yep, just turn one side on low and cook indirect.
Sweet. Maybe I can start this way and if rain slows down throw them on the Weber at the end
Spares or baby backs?
Spares lol do I look like a rookie
Many people are saying that you are!
you can direct grill low heat baby backs
3 hours in. One more hour gonna throw em on the charcoal
the gochujang was indeed not a bad idea. I let it sit on the chicken for about 4-5 hours before cooking. it caramelized a bit and really imbued the chicken with a great earthy, spicy, salty flavor. now I want to do that to a pork shoulder and let it sit on it for a day.
Hurricane looks horrific but your yard and ribs look fantastic.
Birthday celebration dinner. 65 day dry aged kc steak. Grilled shrimp. Corn & grilled Caesar salad. I’m pleased
Get the strip from B & B?
now to finish them off
That nut makes the first impression of them left toes very questionable
and some homemade frozen custard and cookies for dessert
and I now will not be eating for another week
Lubbock does strange things to people
Apparently they don’t teach proper English! Lmbo
Ribs look great devine.
What a dumass
Beef at my Costco was super cheap today. Everything was about 35% off. I got some nicely marbled choice filets for $9/lb. Prime strips were $12/lb, prime ribeyes were $13/lb, etc.
Might want to check it out if you’re in the market for steaks.
Turned out pretty good
Thanks- it was freaking huge and took 26 hours. My longest cook ever
Holy shit. How big was that thing??
So the size of bertwing at birth? That’s insane!
Got a brisket for 3.49/ today. Going on the smoke Friday. Excited for my first attempt.
Anyone done garlic parm ribs before?
Sometimes I feel like this thread is just a front for people with foot fetishes to show off their feet.
How do you guys reheat your ribs
Sous vide or wrapped in foil with some apple juice in the oven
Sous vide temp?
160 for like 45 minutes.
5 cooks in with this Masterbuilt Gravity grill so far and I gotta say that I really like this damn thing.
My food quality has gone up since I got it and it's pretty easy to use now that I understand how it works.
If you can snag it at a good sale price I'd say go for it. If not, wait for the next generation of them in the spring.
If you like to blow money, buy it right fucking now. Just do it. Do it now.
Even with the quirks and random issues (I haven't really had any, but seems like some sensors need to be bypassed eventually), it makes some great food.
I typically do 145ish for an hour then throw on the grill to tighten up and sauce
I’ve got a friend who swears by them.
On sale for $41. I can't get it anywhere around here, read and heard nothing but good things so ordering.
Edit: I actually got the Ocho, all their rubs for $65
All of these are awesome rubs. I bought the ocho around father's day and have enjoyed all of them, especially the voodoo and the honey hogs.
Fajitas and frozen watermelon margaritas last night
I have like 15 rubs already, but I can’t turn this down