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That looks amazing!!! Might just print off the picture and gnaw on that for a bit!!! Reminds me of how much I miss having a stick burner. Thanks much for sharing!!
Those look great !Howdy smokers. Cold snowy day here in Tennessee. Fired up the stickburner for some burnt ends and beans.
Started off with some boneless beef short ribs View attachment 479814
These had great marbling. Seasoned with Jeff's Texas rub View attachment 479815
Got some beans ready View attachment 479816 View attachment 479817
Got the smoker running 250 using hickory and cherry View attachment 479818 View attachment 479819 View attachment 479820
Thin blue smoke View attachment 479821
Smoked 4hrs until ribs reached 190. Pulled off and cubed View attachment 479822
Mixed with bbq sauce, butter and Guinness beer. In a pan and back in the smoker for another hour or so View attachment 479823
After I pulled off smoker View attachment 479824
Plated with the beans and some store bought tater salad View attachment 479825
These burnt ends were amazing View attachment 479826
So tender and juicy. Thanks for looking
Thanks bud. I definitely had some test pieces before I put them back on the smoker. They were juicy and delicious. My new favorite burnt endI thought same thing. I don't know how you even put them cubed meat back in there. That ring and look.. drooling... Wow, those look AMAZING! Had to have been killer!
Thanks bud. I like using a dark beer in my wrap step with beef. Things like chucks, burnt ends, ox tail etc. I used to use it with whole beef ribs but I don't wrap those anymore. Also used it in brisket wrap but now I use paper so no liquid. The dark beer compliments the beef really well. Never added beer with pork though so not sure how it would be on csr'sLate to the party, but looked great, Jake! Coincidence and fortuitous ...
I actually just stumbled on this thread as I just got done throwing some breasts on, and had a few CSRs to toss on and was going to give it a first time go as burnt ends. Probably not done for dinner, not sure if a late night snack or reheat for tomorrow.
Do you always use a stout for some liquid?
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