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Kroger brand "moist n tender"

post #1 of 12
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Hello all, I was at the local grocery store around memorial day and they had pork butts and baby back ribs on sale for buy one get one free. These are kroger's brand and are "moist-n-tender. I am going to smoke the 2 racks of ribs tomorrow but I pulled them out of the wrapping tonight and they are already bending like they have been in the smoker for 2 hours! This is my first time buying this brand as I usually use a butcher or safeway brand. I have looked in the wiki's but I didn't have any luck on finding preps for it but I know I saw something on this "moist n tender" brand a while back. I thought I would give it a shot but I'm having serious doubts on it turning out normal. It's packed with 12 percent solution and I've towel dried as much as I can. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Dan
post #2 of 12

Being frozen and thawed is part of it, with a 12% solution injected is another part of it.  They still should cook up just fine, however.  

post #3 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks pops, I know you have a ton of knowledge and I appreciate all of the feedback that you give to everyone including myself! Q-view tomorrow!....or saturday depending on how much beer or whiskey comes my way! Hopefully just beer!biggrin.gif
post #4 of 12

A glass or two of Johnny Walker always makes the smoke go better!   cool.gif

post #5 of 12

I live less than a mile away from a krogers and buy the Moist and tender from time to time.  First the moist and Tender Pork Butts are very good.  The moist and tender spares are ok.  The Moist and tender baby backs taste like ham in my opinion.  They cook up just fine they just have a high salt content in them and if you are sensitive to salt you will taste it.  Most people can't tell the difference I am just not a big sat fan.

post #6 of 12

Don't forget the camera. icon14.gif

post #7 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys...We'll see how it turns out.
post #8 of 12

     Now yopu got me curios, why just the Beericon_question.gif Do you do bad things when Single Malts start flowingicon_exclaim.gificon_question.gif

post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 
Hahahahahahaha.....boss says no to liquor for me! And sorry guys about the q-view, those ribs come out like jerky! I did the same thing I always do but I don't know what went wrong. I'm never buying the roger brand again.
post #10 of 12

the 12% solution is a sodium based meat tenderizer.  Adjust ur seasoning so it contains less salt.  Salt draws moisture out ur product.

post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

A glass or two of Johnny Walker always makes the smoke go better!   cool.gif


Al, black, red, or blue?
 

 

post #12 of 12
Thread Starter 
My rub has very little salt and my dad did some of the same kind of ribs and he said the same thing I did...rib jerky.
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