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Hello to all smokers this is my first time to the site very cool idea. Now my question is on feather bones, time temp any body got any pointers on smoking them, Thanks.
Shawn Globe
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Re: New to the PIT

I've never smoked them. I boil them until tender then grill with Cookies BBQ sauce.
Welcome to SMF.
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Re: New to the PIT

Please excuse my ignorance, but what in heck is a feather bone? :oops:
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Welcome to SMF Shawn!!! I gotta ditto Up in Smoke on the feather bone. You guys gotta let us in on this.;)
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Feather Bone ?????? What the heck is it? Inquiring minds need to know...
post #6 of 11

Re: New to the PIT

Welcome Shawn!!! Am also awaiting the reply on the feather bones.
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Re: New to the PIT

Feather Bones are the Chine Bones off a Prime Rib Roast or the smallest ribs end ribs of a Spare of Loin Rib Rack. Both are called Feather Bones. Some people refer to them as Niblets.

Jeff
post #8 of 11
Chine bones are the bones that are on topside of the back bone. When a beef or hog is properly split in half lengthwise, these bones resemble feathers.

Here is a LINK that talks about the Prime rib and feather bones. Scroll through the article until you come to the section on carving for more feather bone info.
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Sure glad that got straightened out....was getting a tickling feeling.....
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Re: New to the PIT

I'm just glad to know I don't have to try to smoke and eat real feathers of some kind. :oops:
post #11 of 11

Re: New to the PIT

Yeah, eating feather bones makes me soar! :lol:
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