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  • Re: Cooked my little prime rib experiment.

    Looks great!
  • Beef chuck short ribs

    costco had prime chuck short ribs, so I took advantage. 



  • Re: How do you cook a pigs head?

    @bclarksicle I saw in your other thread you got your pig head in Austin. where at? I'd like to pick one up. thanks 
    Salt and Time. I stop by every time I'm in Austin but I've only seen the pig head that one time. It's well worth your time to stop by even if they don't have pig head. You might call them ahead of time and see of they will save you one 
  • Plate ribs (pics)

    have had a tough time locating plate ribs, but finally found a butcher who carried them. Will definitely do again. Treated it pretty much like a brisket. Probed like butter at 195 so I declared victory. 


  • Another Rib Roast Cook

    Looks like I wasn't alone in opting for beef over turkey. In laws brought a Greenberg turkey so I cooked a rib roast. Bought a 3 bone rib roast (for DFW eggheads, bought it at Rudolphs in Deep Ellum. Great butcher shop)

    In the raw. 


    Salted it Tuesday night


    I wanted a good sear, but I also wanted a good, herby exterior. Decided to sear with just the salt, refrigerate overnight, then apply a garlic/thyme paste a few hours before the cook. Here's the sear:


    Rubbed with herb paste, cooked at 250 until IT of 125. Rose to 133 after I pulled it. This is right before I took it off.


    Sliced and ready to eat. Fun cook!

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