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post #21 of 33
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Looking good..
Nice pile of beans you have there..

Hopefully main dish soon! Thanks the beans are tasty 24 ounces of beans to 16 ounces of bacon is a tasty ratio!
post #22 of 33
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Not all I was thinking they would be,but still tasty. Very tender next time a sauce would be nice. And I'm surprised to admit the Tatonka Dust didn't shine on these I believe it has to do with the braising stage which I have never done with it before.

post #23 of 33
Nice lookin ribs b, they sure look tasty !

I'm probably gonna get beat up a bit for this... But, I've never braised beef ribs ! I do them low & slow for hours but they always turn out great !
post #24 of 33
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Nice lookin ribs b, they sure look tasty !

I'm probably gonna get beat up a bit for this... But, I've never braised beef ribs ! I do them low & slow for hours but they always turn out great !

I'm not a foil fan but to me it helps on the beefies. I'll just finish it off as sammies for lunch it's all good,had I cooked them like the chuckie last weekend and made some gravy I'm sure they would of been money!
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Not all I was thinking they would be,but still tasty. Very tender next time a sauce would be nice. And I'm surprised to admit the Tatonka Dust didn't shine on these I believe it has to do with the braising stage which I have never done with it before.


Wow. They look great. I agree on braising beef ribs.
post #26 of 33
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Not all I was thinking they would be,but still tasty. Very tender next time a sauce would be nice. And I'm surprised to admit the Tatonka Dust didn't shine on these I believe it has to do with the braising stage which I have never done with it before.


Wow. They look great. I agree on braising beef ribs.

Thanks,maybe a cheesesteak out of the leftovers!
post #27 of 33

Nice smoke b-one!  I agree with the tatonka dust, probably got diluted with the braise.  points1.png

 

Mike

post #28 of 33
Looks great Bone! One little trick I do after the braise is to hit the meat with a bit more seasoning . Not a lot just a tad more.
post #29 of 33

b-one not bad braising is always worked for me,I only S&P mine

Richie

post #30 of 33
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Nice smoke b-one!  I agree with the tatonka dust, probably got diluted with the braise.  points1.png

Mike

Not only diluted,in this instance. Thanks for stopping by!
post #31 of 33
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Looks great Bone! One little trick I do after the braise is to hit the meat with a bit more seasoning . Not a lot just a tad more.

I could see how that would work but this was just strange tasting,luckily not from bad meat!
post #32 of 33
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b-one not bad braising is always worked for me,I only S&P mine
Richie

Lesson learned for me I'll keep the dust on nonbraised dishes,I have liked it on everything else!
post #33 of 33
Looking real good! Haven't had beef ribs in a while, I need to change that soon...
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