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post #1 of 12
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Here's my July T-Down entry. I did all these from 1 rack of ribs except for the riblets, I had the butcher saw

them off of another slab. The satays and empenadas are from the flap of meat from the underside which I

smoked in my house rub that I make. I basically cut up the slab and marinated in seperate  ingredients and

smoked them. I smoked the flap of meat untill 100* roughly and then cut in half, took one half and foiled untill

it pulled, took the other half and cut up for the satay's. I also wanted to do the satay's more traditional so I

made a little grill. I was able to pick up the grill with with my inferno gloves and just move it around so I

wouldn't get hot spots, worked out great. The empenadas are from whoomp bisquits, I made them and lat

them get some smokey goodness and then seared them in the george forman to get that cross hatch

pattern. I might have forgotton a few ingredients in the pics, anyways I hope you enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

 

rawslab.jpg

ingredients.jpg

marinade.jpg

presmoke.jpg

satays.jpg

sataygrill.jpg

sataygrilling.jpg

sataydone.jpg

pulled.jpg

 

empenada.jpg

bestone.jpg

post #2 of 12

Thanks there Meateater for the recipe and it 's going right on the short list for a very soon to be tried

post #3 of 12

nice job and congrats!!!

post #4 of 12

Congrats meat! That looks awesome!

post #5 of 12

Great menu and nice qview post - that is goin on my to do list for sure

Thanks

post #6 of 12

Nice work, great menu!

 

Congrats on a job well done.

post #7 of 12

Pomegranite huh? Very interesting? Just when I got over my rasberrie/chipotle kick!

post #8 of 12

great looking plate of ribs but what took more time the ribs or the menu?

I like that Kens marinade alot

where in the heck did you find that funky looking bottle of pomegranite?

post #9 of 12

Looks mighty tasty from here too!!

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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

great looking plate of ribs but what took more time the ribs or the menu?

I like that Kens marinade alot

where in the heck did you find that funky looking bottle of pomegranite?



Rick I found a international grocery store the other week. This place is a wal-mart of goodies. They have it broken down in to aisles, Italian,German,Mexican,English,Korean etc.etc..... I'll have to take a few pics and post them.  

post #11 of 12

Great Entry!!!

 

You inspired me to make ribs this weekend.

 

Heading to the market tomorrow

 

 

Todd

No Creosote! A-Maze-N Smokers

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post #12 of 12

I can't even begin to imagine all those great flavors taking their turn attacking my taste buds !

 

 

Awesome !

 

 

Thanks,

Bear

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