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Discussion in 'Pork' started by bearcarver, Mar 23, 2011.
that's what i was thinking..................
Those are some great looking CSRs you got there Bear. I haven't tried them myself but from the looks of those I may have to...
I will do these again---before too long too.
I will not let them beat me!
I have a few more, and they seem a little more marbled, but 6 hours is definitely too long for these guys, for me.
They were OK, but probably the least of a win I've gotten.
Too many variables I think, so I gotta pay closer attention next time.
Thank You Michael!
I use that pretty often---I really like it.
However don't follow this one step by step.
It leaves something to be desired.
It will not come even close to my step by step list.
Actually probably everything but the time is good.
Thank you very much guys (JFK, Merv, Biaviian, and Boykjo) !!!!
6 hrs. would be long for CSR's, next time treat them more like a porkchop - take them to about 170 internal (approx. 2-3 hrs.). My favorite way of doing CSR's is to mix just enough Ton'y Chacharo's into 4 cups of buttermilk to give it a little flavor, then put the CSR's into a big plastic container and dump the buttermilk mix over the top. Let them sit overnight in that then smoke them for a couple of hours with mesquite. The buttermilk enzymes helpt to tenderize the pork and give it a really tasty tang on the finished product.
Thanks Johnny, good to see you back & active!
You have a thread on that, with pics?
Great job Bear! I've never made CSR's before, but I may have to try a bunch after seeing yours. Yours looked very good! Now about the veggies. I see them on your plate, but did you eat them?
Yes I did, but those frozen mixed veggies were lousy!
I prefer Broccoli, green beens, sugar snapped peas, corn, or baby carrots with my roasted reds & any kind of meat---preferably smoked.
Great looking ribs John. Nice work
I do like a 2-1.5-.5 for CSR. No more than four hours and you'll find they will not be dry. Great photos.
That's probably better than what I was thinking.
I was gonna try 2-2, and then check to see if I want to put them back in with a little sauce on, but if they're done after 2-2, I'd be pulling them then.
Your 2-1.5-.5 will give me the last half hour with some sauce on.
I think My next shot will be 2-1.5-.5.
Great job Bear on the CSR's, never smoked them before but you know I'll have to try it now. I can always count on you to get me educated beforehand, thanks for all you do.
Great lookin' CSR's, Bear. The only way that I have found success with them is in the pressure cooker but you have inspired me to give them another chance.
Looks yummy. I'm gonna try some this weekend but I'm gonna get me some mustard))))
just did some on the grill the other night, good, but a little dry, i think its pretty easy to overcook these rascals!
Here are some porkchops I did with that method. They were stellar!
I wouldn't follow this one. I'm not happy with it this way---Too long in the smoker---The next one will be better!
I like to use Wocestershire (thick) on Beef, but I like mustard better on Pork.