Scored some Fresh Hocks and more

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BrianGSDTexoma

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Ham Hocks been so expensive I won't buy. Love using them in beans. Found these today. Going to cure and smoke then freeze.

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Also found these great looking Ribeye's on sale. On top of good price I had a 20% of grocery's coupon! Just in time as i running short on these. This the first money I spent on meat in a while. Even the 50% off stuff been to high. Hording meat sales and filling freezers before Covid turned out to be a good thing!

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chopsaw

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Those are some nice hocks . I'm down to my last one I cured awhile back .
 

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Oh man.....I can see a pot full of beans with one of those hocks swimming in there pretty soon in your future!
Jim
 

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cutplug

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As Sir Chop has said, Tender Quick and brown sugar. I don't know if the liquid smoke
is needed since he going to smoke them.
Wet cures are fine too if you have the fridge space.
Did I say those hocks are big and beautiful! and that price is just incredible.
SCORE!
 

tx smoker

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Great score Brian. Glad you able to find what you were looking for at a price you were willing to pay. Now get to work cooking and show us what we really want to know :emoji_laughing:

Robert
 

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