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El Jebus
Jun 18, 2008


Internet Explorer posted:

I like smoking meat.

I don't. And you're all wrong about everything.

I made pork ribs last weekend. They were delicious.

I should find some beef ribs and do a Korean marinade and rub.

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Internet Explorer
Jun 1, 2005

OFFICIAL BITCH OF DANBO DAXTER




Oven Wrangler

I made pork ribs in the Instant Pot last weekend. They were good.

https://iwashyoudry.com/instant-pot...back-pork-ribs/ (I used apple juice / apple cider instead of water)

atothesquiz
Aug 31, 2004


Anyone here have or use a Oklahoma Joe Highland before?

Hasselblad
Dec 13, 2017



Internet Explorer posted:

Wow. That's a pretty ballsy thing to admit in this thread. Props.

Yeah, that is part of why I love my beef ribs. The only "too rich" part about them is their seeming inability to get much wine flavor from braising.

Hasselblad
Dec 13, 2017



atothesquiz posted:

I totally get it. I love me some nicely done beef ribs and brisket but I've definitely over done it in the past and wish I ate a bit less. As for prices, beef ribs aren't exactly cheap considering you're paying for the weight of the bone too, I pay about $5-$6 for prime plate short ribs at the butcher.

That's crazy. At the SLC costco they are(were last I bought them) like $3.50/lb for a 30 pound pack of dinosaur sized ribs. I never ever buy those stubby little "short" ribs. Only reason I no longer keep a bunch frozen is the untimely death of our 2nd freezer 8(

atothesquiz
Aug 31, 2004




These are what I have available in western NY. They're about 10" or 12" square before the smoke. Finding a decent brisket is even harder. Our costco doesn't carry packers either.

Bottom Liner
Feb 15, 2006


IF I'M TALKING ABOUT ART, I'M PROBABLY WRONG, SO PLEASE REPORT ME SO I CAN BE PROBATED. AGAIN.



It's hard to find brisket in FL too. At least pork belly is showing up more commonly now.

Submarine Sandpaper
May 27, 2007

ASK ME ABOUT HOW I GHOULISHLY CELEBRATE THE DEATH OF CHILDREN TO TEACH THEIR PARENTS "A LESSON"


I just checked and a half rack of beef ribs cooked is 40 here and 16 for pork. I don't think I've ever seen raw beef ribs on sale. Pork is about 1.80 lb

Hasselblad
Dec 13, 2017



For those with less money, there is an alternative, at least in Detroit...
https://www.freep.com/story/news/lo...igan/716988002/

RisqueBarber
Jul 10, 2005



atothesquiz posted:



These are what I have available in western NY. They're about 10" or 12" square before the smoke. Finding a decent brisket is even harder. Our costco doesn't carry packers either.

What percentage of fat do you look for on these? Is it even possible to specify?

Murgos
Oct 21, 2010


atothesquiz posted:



These are what I have available in western NY. They're about 10" or 12" square before the smoke. Finding a decent brisket is even harder. Our costco doesn't carry packers either.

Seems to me that you could just order a standing rib roast. I live in expensive as gently caress boston and I can get choice usually for ~$13/lb bone in. Cut it yourself into ribs and rib-eyes.

A 4 rib joint is around 6-8 lbs which would easily make 6 thick rib-eyes and you can leave as much meat on the bone as you want.

baquerd
Jul 2, 2007
I'M A FUCKING IDIOT



Ribs go on sale here frequently. Pick up full racks for $4 each sometimes. Corned beef for st. Patties goes down to $2/lb. Regular brisket? Never on sale for any reason and is $8/lb.

tater_salad
Sep 15, 2007


atothesquiz posted:



These are what I have available in western NY. They're about 10" or 12" square before the smoke. Finding a decent brisket is even harder. Our costco doesn't carry packers either.

Sup wny buddy.. where's you get those ribs?
Pretty sure tops has packers in the back but they are like 6.99 a pound though.

Subjunctive
Sep 12, 2006

careful now


Cybernetic Crumb

Picked up 2 pork tenderloins, a small pork shoulder, and 4 bones of beef ribs that appear to have most of a roast still attached to them. Looking forward to a few days of smoking!

QuarkMartial
Sep 25, 2004
[This Space for Rent]

So, I spied a grill at our church's annual garage sale yesterday (was dropping stuff off, sale starts tomorrow). I think it's a Chargriller, and it's gas. I don't plan to buy it, but I am helping with loading the trucks to haul stuff away. If it's still there, then I'll just load it in mine.

Thing is, what I saw of it (tank tray bit) was rusty, so the rest of it might not be worth bothering with. On the other hand... what's parts availability like / would it be worth it? I've already got a charcoal grill and a small smoker. On the other hand, free grill maybe...

atothesquiz
Aug 31, 2004


tater_salad posted:

Sup wny buddy.. where's you get those ribs?
Pretty sure tops has packers in the back but they are like 6.99 a pound though.

Rubinos in Irondequoit, north of Rochester is a good source for prime beef ribs, which is where I got those. Walmart is usually the most reliable source for packers at 3ish a pound around Rochester. I've never seen packers at Tops though, do you happen to know the quality?

Lawnie
Sep 5, 2006

That is my helmet
Give it back
you are a lion
It doesn't even fit


Grimey Drawer

I have a chargriller offset smoker and I would not recommend it to someone else. I canít speak for the propane grill, but the offset is not well constructed in my opinion.

arisu
Apr 11, 2003


I also can't speak to the gas grill, but I have this item from Char Griller:

http://a.co/fIx81dN

and it is freaking fantastic. Obviously it's not going to compete with a $900 egg but I think I could make it get pretty darn close. Rides 250 like a steady champ for hours on hours, but I can't really seem to get it much lower.

I also paid just $175 for it on clearance at Target two years ago.

tater_salad
Sep 15, 2007


atothesquiz posted:

Rubinos in Irondequoit, north of Rochester is a good source for prime beef ribs, which is where I got those. Walmart is usually the most reliable source for packers at 3ish a pound around Rochester. I've never seen packers at Tops though, do you happen to know the quality?

No I don't usually need a full 10ish lb brisket because it's 2 of us usually. So I rarely need that much brisket it's 2 of us. I usually grab from Wegmans since they have smaller cuts.

Subjunctive
Sep 12, 2006

careful now


Cybernetic Crumb

arisu posted:

I also can't speak to the gas grill, but I have this item from Char Griller:

http://a.co/fIx81dN

and it is freaking fantastic. Obviously it's not going to compete with a $900 egg but I think I could make it get pretty darn close. Rides 250 like a steady champ for hours on hours, but I can't really seem to get it much lower.

I also paid just $175 for it on clearance at Target two years ago.

That sounds like a pretty great machine. I run at 225F (want to try 200 for fish), but 250F honestly is probably not much different. My large BGE was a gift from my real estate agent; Iím not sure I would have bought one myself vs some other grill-smoker setup. I like it, but $$$.

Colostomy Bag
Jan 11, 2016

C-Bangin' it

arisu posted:

I also can't speak to the gas grill, but I have this item from Char Griller:

http://a.co/fIx81dN

and it is freaking fantastic. Obviously it's not going to compete with a $900 egg but I think I could make it get pretty darn close. Rides 250 like a steady champ for hours on hours, but I can't really seem to get it much lower.

I also paid just $175 for it on clearance at Target two years ago.

Yep, it's happy to cruise at 250-275.

But for the price, it ranks up there as best smoker cheap money can buy.

And boy can it get hot.

DiggityDoink
Dec 9, 2007

If you like pineapple slices on pizza, I hope you like pineapple slices on your children's graves because you're weak, your bloodline is weak and you will not survive the winter.




I posted about my Char-Griller combo propane/charcoal grill a while back. The charcoal side is decent for grilling but you could never smoke on it, it's leaky as gently caress. The gas side on the other hand is a bitch. With just one burner on low it gets up to 400F and with all 3 burners going on low it's around 550-600, all 3 on high and it's 700+. There is no low setting for the gas side, it's Chargrilling constantly. I make due by either leaving the lid open or being super fastidious about turning my hotdogs so they dont burn in a minute.

I only use the gas side for fast cooking poo poo like hotdogs and carne asada.

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VERTiG0
Jul 11, 2001

go move over bro


I wanted to smoke some ribs today but it's pissing rain out. gently caress to this

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