What Did You Cook Part 11 - January 1 2015

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Re: What Did You Cook Part 11 - January 1 2015

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Ribs in the Akorn
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2 hrs into the cook will look after 3 hrs
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A CG brisket and Chucky 10 hours in. About an hour to go.

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Now thats what you call pull back
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I think I need a bigger plate
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food&fish wrote:Now thats what you call pull back
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f&f I notice your in Sunbury just around the corner from me.
Those ribs look awesome. Any chance of telling me the source.
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Chicken nibbles, lamb loin chops and some "sausages".

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gnol wrote:
food&fish wrote:Now thats what you call pull back
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f&f I notice your in Sunbury just around the corner from me.
Those ribs look awesome. Any chance of telling me the source.
No problem Hardwick's wholesale butchers in keynton [sounds like ]
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Thanks f&f. I drive past Kyneton every now and then so I will try and drop in.
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food&fish wrote:
gnol wrote:
food&fish wrote:Now thats what you call pull back
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f&f I notice your in Sunbury just around the corner from me.
Those ribs look awesome. Any chance of telling me the source.
No problem Hardwick's wholesale butchers in keynton [sounds like ]
And to show how efficient these Akorns are
this is whats left after 7 hrs at 250 deg started with a full bag samba bbq fuel [bunnys $2.00 special]
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Grea nosh everyone!

I am surprised you are using brisquettes in an acorn!

Avert your eyes, non bbq coming in!
It was time for a little Puttanesca.
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Oops, how rude. It's naked!

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Did some Sonoran Style Hot Dogs on the Pro...Tried to get creative on one and used a glazed Kronut as the bun. Used Wrights Thick bacon, bad idea, to hard to get it cooked correctly. Still ate all 3!

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Today was my first cook in 4 months! We bought and renovated a house and had a baby in that time... So i've had absolutely no spare time to cook!

Started off with a quick cook, maple glazed smoked salmon, brined and smoked chicken breasts and some beef ribs.

Beef ribs in a random glaze I made up with what I had available, beer, brown sugar, garlic onion and apple cider vinegar... So goddamn delicious, but they were tough as hell. I'd be keen to hear any tips for cooking these form people with more experience, this was my first attempt and was probably too quick. 200ºF for 2hrs, braising in liquid for the first hour, then taken out and basted regularly for the second hour.

The salmon will be used to make a salmon and cream cheese dip, a smoked salmon pasta for dinner tonight and one fillet for snacking on.

The chicken is just for snacking/sandwiches.

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What Did You Cook Part 11 - January 1 2015

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Hey Garth im hardly real experienced but beef shorties really need breaking down, you can get them there 3-2-1 or a little longer just naked :)
And nice cook there mate ;)
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Muppet wrote:Hey Garth im hardly real experienced but beef shorties really need breaking down, you can get them there 3-2-1 or a little longer just naked :)
And nice cook there mate ;)
Thanks Muppet... It was a nice Sunday arvo of smoking and gardening, it's was awesome to get back into it again.

I did think of using the same method as a rack of pork ribs, but figured with them being such small pieces I could get away with a short cook... but I was wrong. I'm keen to get my hands on these as a rack, they're damn tasty and have a good whack of meat on them compared to the pork ribs i've found.
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Muppet wrote:Hey Garth im hardly real experienced but beef shorties really need breaking down, you can get them there 3-2-1 or a little longer just naked :)
And nice cook there mate ;)
Yep, beef ribs 6-7 hours....I go 7 usually (but Management makes me wear clothes!).


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