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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
I can never find fresh beef cheeks and it makes me sad. Enjoy all that trimming!
I've never done them before
Lol I have no idea what I'm doing
One of the best dinners I ever had was beef cheeks. Melt in your mouth!
11lbs of beef short ribs still going.
Buddy just got a Rec Tec bullseye so we broke it in with wings, smoked spam, and bacon wrapped Oreos this afternoon. Will be purchasing a Rec Tec next summer.
I have a buddy that loves his. If I ever get a pellet grill it would be a Rec Tec.
Bacon wrapped oreos?
Meat Church posted them and every since they have been blowing up. Hard pass for me.
They are different, but I enjoyed them. Similar to a deep fried Oreo. Did one without rub and one with The Gospel.
i just pass on desserts 90% of the time, does not matter what it is or how it is prepared.
Apologies. It is now Recteq. I hope somehow my post made sense despite this massive error.
years ago it was a popular response. Simply, Rec Tec.
Smoking some country style pork ribs marinaded in a sauce inspired by one used by a.tramp featuring guajillo, pasilla, and ancho chiles. It’s going into a posole roja I’m making tomorrow (which tramp has previously perfected).
the fuck is this
Too much shoe
I am a man of modesty
I prefer a square toed boot
Please, no one kink shame this.
Kroger here I come
Holy shit that was a lot of trimming
Pretty sure I threw away more cheek fat and skin than I have left
But fuck it, for less than $2 a pound it will be fine
That’s the issue, but it’s worth it since it’s so cheap. Barbacoa tomorrow?
devine when are you gonna school a.tramp again?
Tomorrow when I make bbq burnt ends
If you want cheap cheek fat just come over to my place boys lol
How long did that take?
Will have barbacoa for Sunday morning hungover
Cheap thin pork chops tonight
About 6 hours at 240
Looking to mix up my wing game on the kettle tomorrow. Anyone used corn starch or baking powder to get more of a “fried” texture to your wings? I’ve used baking powder on wings made in the oven :ducks: (prior to grill/smoker), and they actually turned out really well. Wondered if people have done this on a traditional kettle before
I have not, I love how wings turn out on a kettle
interested in seeing how they look if you do tho
I have used baking powder
It makes for a good crisp skin
Seems to work best if you are banking the coals and cooking the wings 100% on the cooler side
I usually bank mine. I’ve seen people use a vortex before and I’d love to pick one of those up to try.
I ended up just doing baking powder on half today, will try corn starch another time.
Last time I did wings I stuck them under the broiler for a minute or so after taking them off the smoke. Crisped the skin up nicely.
I've been struggling to keep from ordering a vortex since I've already got a slow n sear
Anybody have one of those long spatulas I see the guys on TV use for picking up a rack of ribs?
I’ll toss them on the gas grill to crisp the skin up after the smoke
Gonna be a good day boys
That looks delicious
Making poor mans bbq burnt ends with a chuck roast. I got a little distracted during the Wvu game and that’s why you’ll see a fresh new batch of charcoals, had to reload at half
I’m getting excited
Is that due to the ass-whooping the team you cheer for is laying or the meat? Answering both is acceptable.