A happy short rib accident

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Culinary Otter

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Jan 1, 2024
Alberta, Canada
So long story short. Looking to do some short rib "pastrami" for my next food experiment.

Come home after work at 6am, take out 4 packs of "beef Riblets".

Woke up this afternoon, discovered these are basically Korean short ribs. No idea what to do now. So go back to the freezer and pull out the short ribs for my project and start smoking these.

250F with a bachan's BBQ layer in the bottom to braise. Dark soy and vinegar added to cut the sweetness. Let's see how it turns out!

I normally just grill these on high heat but have been thinking about smoking some. Looking good so far! Maybe a fast grill after they are smoked to get a bit of char on them. That Bachan's is good stuff!! Sprinkle in some sesame seeds and garnish with some chopped green onion!
I normally just grill these on high heat but have been thinking about smoking some.
That's what I've read about them. As long as you know you're in for a (good) chewy texture they're awesome low and slow.

steak like ribs, basically but delicious
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Applebys use to have a all you can eat of those a long time ago, riblets I think is what they called them and sometimes more bone than I wanted to pick through. Tasty though.
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