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Bone Marrow Pics

Man this turned out great.  Everyone enjoyed it.  I did a chicken on egg at 350* and did the bone marrow as well.  After the chicken was taken off, I raised the temp to 400*, indirect.  I put them on foil during cook afraid marrow would fall out the bottom of the bones into the egg.

I cooked them until they were soft and looked done, about 30 minutes in total.  The marrow was starting to seperate from the bone.  I just salt and peppered them and garlic before hand.  Afterward I served on toast with a parsley salad (parsley, shallots thinly sliced, anaheim peppers finely diced, cooked down and cooled, oil, lime).  was fantastic...here are pics.
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  • BotchBotch Posts: 3,133
    Thanks!  I need to check my supermarket and see if they offer this.  
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  • calikingcaliking Posts: 6,790
    I love marrow. That looks awesome.

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  • tays44tays44 Posts: 93
    Kroger down here in Dallas area had it. Pretty random as I don't usually shop there. Packs of 6 pieces ranged from $2.75 to $3.00 depending on weight.

    I read they freeze well. I think I'm gonna get a few more packs while they have them and do just that.
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  • Mighty_QuinnMighty_Quinn Posts: 1,878
    Looks great...I usually see the bones cut open lengthwise, not crosswise...I'll have to keep my eyes open...roasted marrow spread over crusty baguette is one if life's great food pleasures!
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