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Who's the wisea##

post #1 of 9
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Friday or Saturday morning I was perusing the beef section of this fine board when I happened on a post about "Beef Ribs and Brats", well this sounded very appetizing to me so I went to Krogers and much to my dismay there were no beef ribs. Now the brats on the other hand I buy fresh from a "Mom and Pop" joint here in New Holland, Ohio so aquiring those didn't pose a problem. Well here it is Tuesday evening and I have purchased an adequate amount of beef ribs and brats to satisfy my hunger on Thanksgiving day because I do not care for turkey but now, I can't find the post! Well to the author of this post or anyone who has read it, the brats were finished with a cayenne mustard on white bread and the author voiced his opinion about being taken with "bones for weight" in his rib package. My problem is this, I would like the "cayenne mustard recipe" and being my first time with beef ribs, some pointers. Now I enjoy Wasabi as much as the next guy but on beef ribs, didn't appeal to me, not that I wouldn't try it, just???
Please don't be offended by the title of this post as it is just to get attention, as you can see I'm a little desperate!
Thank you much and Happy Thanksgiving!
post #2 of 9
Do a search for "tonights beef ribs an sausage". I'm on my iPod and can't copy/paste. See if that's the one you're looking for from fire it up. Good luck
post #3 of 9

My guess is that this is the post you are talking about. Don't worry about putting a shocking title on your posts...there are a lot of people here and I guarantee it will be read and responded to.

Good luck
post #4 of 9
Jake, I was going topost the link assuming mine was the one you meant but BBQ Engineer beat me to it.
The mustard I used was from an exchange with Beer-B-Q, it is truly something I would highly suggest.
Wish I could give you the recipe but it has a bit of tang from the mustard, a really nice sweetness from the honey and then a slight sweet bite from the cayennes. If that helps any...
post #5 of 9
It sure beats "I've got a question" as a heading!
post #6 of 9
Here is a pic of the bottle and a pic of the ingredients list, maybe you can work with something and figure out a good sauce. If you do I would love to have the recipe icon_wink.gif

post #7 of 9
I just don't get it, what's a wisea number number ??? And why is that shocking?
post #8 of 9
I agree! Hey, it's winter time, so if that's "shocking", better slip another couple of layers of skin on.
post #9 of 9
All of them are some good sauces and now I can even (thanks to beer B Q) use the rubs too now.
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