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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
devine if you spritz it, I will murder you
You guys have passed my test. Good job
Finally lol spritzing it is!
I like to spritz with Mountain Dew. Really adds a nice tang and all the sugar helps the bark really look good.
I sometimes add chili powder or cayenne to short ribs, the spice can help cut the fat some as you are eating it.
Dear God. Did devine really ask for a recipe for beef ribs?
Wrapping with chicken broth soon??
better to have asked and learned than to have never learned at all, or something like that. Although there are probably places that can be asked where his nuts would not be quite so kicked in.
Ok now, when should we take the ham out of the freezer?
Ohh he enjoys the nut kicking
Half my mortgage wouldn't be paid if he didnt
Spritzing it I assume
Day before yeaterday.
Anyone used Duval 's cajun rub recipe for a fried turkey before?
Now that’s just showing off. Bravo.
Don't question the chicken master
Just picked these up. Price was high per pound so gonna wait till they come down before buying again but Im excited
Goddamn I’m so jealous of HEB
Lol, people can find short ribs and Texas easily labels them dino-ribs for us fine folks. Can’t make this shit up folks!
That's a good price in my neck of the woods.
Home Team has some of the best smoked wings I've had
I'd love to be in a location to bitch about 5.99/lb beef ribs
HEB makes Publix look like Piggly Wiggly
Only thing Publix is good for is subs
I dunno about your HEB, but mine definitely knows the difference
And parking lot fights
Beef ribs are easy to find in Texas because they’re huge in Texas BBQ (or at least over the past 10 years). It’s damn near impossible to find them in AR. Biggest problem is everybody gets their short ribs from a distributor, hardly anybody breaks down their own cows. The main distributors are claiming to be “out” of Dino ribs currently, which I’m guessing means demand isn’t high enough for them to bother. Mine I finally found were 5.99/lb as well though
Lol yeah what an idiot asking a question about his first time making something
The vast majority of the good ones are just the dude’s name.
Like 1.5 years ago I couldn't find dino ribs without buying a butcher shop
I BOGO the shit out of Publix
You spent $38.16 and saved $35.79
Check around at other HEBs in Houston and you will find plenty of prime and wagyu beef ribs.
So basically no chance of finding dino ribs in Ohio?
Do yall have cows?
Your butcher should be able to cut/source them for you. Or you could ask the guys at whatever grocery store you go to - just ask if they have a full plate instead of cut short ribs.
You are going to need a headlamp, a tranquilizer gun, a very sharp knife, and a sawzall.
I'll ask my butcher next time I'm there. I only butcher deer with my buddy, no cows for me.
Are there any local farmer’s markets you go to? That’s where I get mine, and they’re cheap because it cuts out the middle man.
Do you guys have Costcos?
You guys are killing me. Do you have cows? Now it's, "Do you have Costcos?"
Yes, we have Costco.
And they don’t carry them?
My Costco has never had anything other than boneless short ribs.
I'm just a rookie, learning in the footsteps of smoke master devine. I'd never heard of dino ribs until yesterday.
You never heard of Dino ribs? Wow, what are you an IDIOT and a LOSER? Go back to Ohio and get skyline chili LOL
So first off I would check at Costco. If not there, I would check a local butcher shop. If they do not have it on display, if they are any sort of shop at all they can provide one for you. If not immediately, due to them already boning out/cutting up their previous shipment of carcasses, they should be able to get you some from their next shipment.
Our Costco just started carrying them this summer. Had never seen them readily available in the area before August. My hope is that it becomes like brisket at Costco where it’s always available