JimboBQ,[p]How can we help with donations to the cause? Seems to me your efforts should be rewarded from this great group of forum participants.[p]$20.00 here for the taking - please tell me who and where to send it to. [p]OK ... this is a challen…
How about rolling up the goetta in the silicone mats that the BBQ Guru site sells? I use these mats when making sausage and they work very well.[p]Wish I could get goetta locally here in Minnesota - shipping costs due to fresh meat product …
I've used that recipe a dozen or so times with babybacks ... our local butcher sells some that are huge.[p]I did not deviate from the recipe one bit even though it is supposed to be for spares. [p]Go for it .... you won't be sorry.[p]
I tried corn on the cob DIRECT the other night .... just dumped the ears husk/silk and all in a sink of cold water and let them soak for 1/2 hour.[p]Then grilled them direct at 350 for 1/2 or so ... the outer husks will brown and char a…
Ribs can wait ... they will make more. The photo of the little tyke tells me that life as you know it should be PRICELESS.[p]Kudos for re-arranging your schedule and making it a good day for your loved one!
I agree with what BadBruce said ... but, some folks will start out with a 275 degree temp until the pork gets into the safe zone (140?) then ramp back down to 225 for the rest of the cook.[p]You will do fine - enjoy.
Pull apart with two forks, tongs, etc ... do not refrigerate! Wrap in foil - wrap that package in newspaper or towels - rest in beer cooler to trap the heat for one hour or more.[p]Pull while still hot/warm for best results.
Mine has an I.D. of 5 & 7/8 inches ... so I guess you would call it a 6" cap.[p]I leave the wire handle on the daisy wheel ... I just stand it up vertically then put the galvanized rain cap over the daisy.
Car Wash Mike,
After many racks of superb Dr. BBQ's Backyard Championship Ribs (foiling method) ... I am doing 5-6 hour indirect at 225 using QBabes spritz every 30 minutes. I must say, after 4.5 hours, they are LOOKING MIGHTY TASTY![p]
MAAP is a gas similar to propane but burns much, much hotter. You buy it in a little cylinder at the hardware store the same way you buy propane.[p]So ... when someone says MAAP torch, they are talking about the gas, not the actual to…
Yo - Chris ....[p]Does that mean we can ask for the unlabeled bottles of "Raising The Steaks" as an exchange for another type of rub on your website? Maybe in lieu of the fancy label, you could just write on the bottle with a crayon?[p…
You made me a wok ring and suggested what size wok to purchase and where .... I have misplaced that info. Can you send me a quick e-mail on that. I have looked locally for a wok with no results.