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post #21 of 36
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BTW the 36 hour brine was spot on. I didn't use any salt except for a little in the Tony's "More" spice and the brine made it perfect! Why is it that more sugar than salt in the brine, I never taste a sweet note to the meat? Are our salt taste buds bigger than our sweet budettes? Or even maybe a bit better aligned with the foods travel?

 

Inquiring minds what to know!

post #22 of 36
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Ok, the sliced rib roast








Juicy, tender, brined perfectly........... I am just in awe of myself. It just melted and flowed between the tines of the fork when you tried to pick up for a bite. I give this meat two thumb's up, had a nice beat, good rhythm, and was easy to dance to. Myself and Betty Lou Thelma Liz really liked it.

I reached to get a spoon of the three cheese mac, nearly lost my right arm up the elbow! Brother-in-law had established a camp perimeter around it, (smoked gouda, red rind cheddar, and mozzarella. The three really blended better than I thought.

Excellent meal, I just wish I could have shared. definitely will be doing this one again, and again....... Next time with some homemade apple compote, I think a creole mustard sauce would have put it right over the top.

Thanks for checking it out. Easy, a lot of fun, fast, and OMG delightful.

Fantastic Foam!!! Doesn't get any better than that!!! Got me craving pork now!!!!
post #23 of 36
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Thank you sir, I certainly appreciate that. Shame to except praise for something so simple.

You accept it , buddy. There is nothing simple about that. That is good cookin
post #24 of 36
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Fantastic Foam!!! Doesn't get any better than that!!! Got me craving pork now!!!!

 

 

Thanks Case, I bet it would no doubt be better on a mini-weber. AND you could cook the sweet taters and green beans too!

post #25 of 36

So impressive!

 

And to see the sliced beautiful pieces!

 

It looks so professional!

 

AMAZING job!!!! Just terrific!

 

Cheers! - Leah

post #26 of 36
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Thanks Leah, appreciate the compliment. Would have been better had I figured out how to cut those chops a bit thinner, they ran a little less than 2" per chop. That was a bit excessive, but I can guaranty everyone got all they could eat...LOL.

 

Since I didn't show the Mac & Cheese, so its not fair to say this but.... it really was the highlight. I received some good imported cheese (surely by accident), and that smoked gouda in the Mac & Cheese really was amazing. I am sure folks would laugh at me cooking with it, but the Mac & Cheese was over the top.

 

Anyway, thanks for checking it out.

post #27 of 36
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Since I didn't show the Mac & Cheese, so its not fair to say this but.... it really was the highlight. I received some good imported cheese (surely by accident), and that smoked gouda in the Mac & Cheese really was amazing. I am sure folks would laugh at me cooking with it, but the Mac & Cheese was over the top.

 

Didn't show the M&C? Flag on the play!

Love that stuff.

But the chops were outstanding. b

post #28 of 36
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Thanks Leah, appreciate the compliment. Would have been better had I figured out how to cut those chops a bit thinner, they ran a little less than 2" per chop. That was a bit excessive, but I can guaranty everyone got all they could eat...LOL.

 

Since I didn't show the Mac & Cheese, so its not fair to say this but.... it really was the highlight. I received some good imported cheese (surely by accident), and that smoked gouda in the Mac & Cheese really was amazing. I am sure folks would laugh at me cooking with it, but the Mac & Cheese was over the top.

 

Anyway, thanks for checking it out.

Could you share that mac & cheese recipe?

post #29 of 36
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Could you share that mac & cheese recipe?

 

I have never written down Mac & Cheese. I'll have to think about it and write down approx. what I use. Its like the dressing recipe, you just make it and adjust... LOL.

 

I'll see what I can come up with.

post #30 of 36
Very nice work, looks excellent!
I have yet to do this, need to move it up higher on my bucket list!
post #31 of 36

OMG care to share that mac and cheese recipe?

post #32 of 36

oops....didn't see pthers asking for it.  Need to start a mac and cheese thread.....mmmmm  mmmmmm

post #33 of 36
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Could you share that mac & cheese recipe?

 

 

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I have never written down Mac & Cheese. I'll have to think about it and write down approx. what I use. Its like the dressing recipe, you just make it and adjust... LOL.

 

I'll see what I can come up with.

 

 

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OMG care to share that mac and cheese recipe?

 

 

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oops....didn't see pthers asking for it.  Need to start a mac and cheese thread.....mmmmm  mmmmmm

 

 

 

I'll work on it today, I swear I will, its not like it warm enough to do anything else right? LOL   Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr...............

post #34 of 36
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Very nice work, looks excellent!
I have yet to do this, need to move it up higher on my bucket list!


  Thank you Sir, I have to agree, it is a smoke that should be at the top of your list. It would be a great birthday, anniversary, or a date night meal, IF she's that special. Anyone that could make ToTonka dust would maybe possibly could fit into that category.   LOL 

post #35 of 36
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  Thank you Sir, I have to agree, it is a smoke that should be at the top of your list. It would be a great birthday, anniversary, or a date night meal, IF she's that special. Anyone that could make ToTonka dust would maybe possibly could fit into that category.   LOL 

Perhaps a pork crown roast for Valentines Day, kill three birds with one stone... cheers.gif
post #36 of 36
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Perhaps a pork crown roast for Valentines Day, kill three birds with one stone... cheers.gif


That's sounds more than appropriate, you might try a little of that magic dust on it, gently. But its was awfully dang good just as it was.

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