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  • Legume said: I have yet to find a Kirkland brand item that is not really really good, if not great.  No idea who makes most of them.  Their wine is good, their balsamic vinegar is fantastic.  It's all good. Definitely true. There was al…
  • Definitely Costco over Sams.  Just be sure to check your Costco since not all of them carry a full selection of Prime meat.  Another choice is Restaurant Depot if you have one near you.
  • Gamecockeggman said: Just out of curiosity how much do they cost?  Neighbors having it done this year and says it's extremely expensive.  Just curious  Mine were about $4000 each. This was for the surgeon for the implants themselves and …
  • THEBuckeye said: Do you have to floss implants? When I got my 2 implants, the surgeon said to get a waterpik and use it every day.  It does a great job.
  • Hotwingking said: @Shiff , these were 2 big slabs. I have been looking for plate ribs but unable to find so far. Restaurant Depot sells Plate Ribs as well as Chuck Short ribs (with or without bones).  Don't know where you are located but…
  • @Hotwingking, Those look very nice. Are the Costco ribs in the cryovac already cut into chunks or are they left as whole "slabs".  I like to get mine at Restaurant Depot where they are still slabs but Costco is closer.
  • nolaegghead said: mmiladinov said: @nolaegghead @lousubcap @THEBuckeye The Costco by us had the boneless short ribs.  They look to be chuck roast cut into strips which are different then I suppose true boneless short ribs.   That's wh…
  • Those look great. Since you removed the meat from the bones, you might want to consider getting the boneless Chuck Short Ribs at RD.  They do cost more, obviously, but no waste from bones and a lot less fat.  I generally cook them for 5-7 hours depe…
  • I'm also very happy with my Billy Bar - Don't know if it is available in the UK, but here is their web page http://www.billybar.com/
  • blind99 said: damn that's a hell of a hunk of beef.  wish I could find that around here. There must be a Restaurant Depot in the Chicago area.  The ones around here always have Plate Ribs and when they don't, they have Chuck Short Ribs (…
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  • I'm glad it was just your arm hair. When I read the title to your post, I wondered how you could burn your arm off 5 times.  I think most people just have 2 arms. :-) I used to burn off my arm hair from time to time, but now I make sure to put on m…
  • I tried making my own starter but had problems. Then I found this reference to a free starter from family and friends of an 1847 sourdough starter.  It has worked well for me.  It is available free, but I put a few bucks in the envelope with my requ…
  • I've made boneless chuck short ribs many times. Bought them at Restaurant Depot where they come as the whole slab. I just cook them the same way as ones with the bones - 250 or so for 5-7 hours.  They are done when they probe like butter - temperatu…
  • @Canugghead, I use one of those all the time for marinating beef, chicken, and fish. Works great. 
  • Welcome.  Once you get everything ready to do some cooking, check out Restaurant Depot - there is one near you in Richardson.  It is a membership store where the membership is free.  To get one you need to have some kind of business license (not jus…
  • RRP said: Don't feel bad, but if you plan to use your FS in the future to protect soft goods like that FS offers several styles of containers with lids with ports that you attach a tubing to that works great. I have some canisters, a marinading…
  • Great start. I'm sure they will come out fine.  Looking forward to your completed cook picture.
  • rholt said: Thanks for all the replies. Unfortunately I don't have a local butcher. Just the regular meat cutters in the grocery store. I will continue to keep searching. Thanks again.  You didn't say where you are located which might he…
  • good start. Will probably take 5-6 hours at 250.  I'm sure they will taste great.
  • If you can  get the bottom vent open, put in some newspaper or light a wax fire starter and see if that will warm it up enough to open the egg.
  • I have pretty much the same comment. I've also bought the full strip loin and made a large portion of it into a roast.  It was good but not as good as a ribeye roast.
  • Simcan said: Thanks Mattman3969.  They called them plate ribs at the butcher (or at least this is what they brought out when I asked from plate ribs).  But I am not complaining, that is for sure. Rooting around online made me more confused than…
  • We have 2 upright Frigidaire freezers in our basement - both with a digital panel. "His" Freezer model GLFH21F8HWG - 20,5 cubic feet - 3.5 years old "Hers" Freezer model LFFH17F7HWH - 16.5 cubic feet - 4.5 years old Both have performed very well w…
  • tikigriller said: Shiff said: tikigriller said: Those are so on my radar but so hard to find!  Awesome looking cook there!!! Your signature says you are in Livermore, CA. There are a lot of Restaurant Depots in Californ…
  • tikigriller said: Those are so on my radar but so hard to find!  Awesome looking cook there!!! Your signature says you are in Livermore, CA. There are a lot of Restaurant Depots in California with one near San Jose. Check the web page to…
  • If you have a restaurant Depot in your area, they almost always carry  them.  Yours looked great.
  • Eggdicted_Dawgfan said: Those look awesome. I wish I could find those in my area.  @eggdicted_dawgfan,  have you checked out Restaurant Depot?  There must be one nearby since you're in the Atlanta area.
  • I hope they finish for you soon but mine have usually taken 5-6 hours.  I generally cook mine at 250-275 at the grid.
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