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  • Thats a link to some boneless short ribs I did a while back. I did 144 for 24 hours, but then just seared in cast iron. No matter how you do them, they will be good
  • In order... 1- KC Joes (formerly Oklahoma Joes) 2- Q39 3- Original Arthur Bryants 4- Jack Stack
  • Finished product! i ended up pulling these off the egg after about 5 hours. Weather was windy this day and I was getting weird temperature swings, so went the easy route and finished in the oven.  Everyone loved it, and several people asked where …
  • Sorry for radio silence the last couple days. Had a pup get sick that required way more attention than normal. Anyway... thanks for all the suggestions! @Carolina Q mentioned a mojo style recipe and it triggered something in my mind. The Cubanos rec…
  • Sorry to hear about this! One of the most common food items that people feed their pets that contains Xylitol is peanut butter! Be sure to check the ingredients list before giving any PB to your dogs
  • Grilled Ratatouille
  • Not one of the finalists, but I went to Char Bar last weekend and was really impressed with their burnt ends.  I'm kind of ashamed of myself though, I've lived in KC for about 8 years now and haven't even been to all of the places listed.
  • only problem is that Basil Hayden isn't in a glass!
  • These guys are hilarious. My introduction to them was their episode on ways to cook steak.
  • Man I'm jealous. Foo Fighters put on a helluva show. They play every song with the same energy of the encore. I'm going to try and score tickets soon. Best concert I've been to was probably Rolling Stones at Arrowhead a couple years back. I was in …
  • I've done both wings and whole, spatchcocked chickens. It's definitely an improvement, but I found that the Food Lab's baking powder version worked better.…
  • Do you have a single large octopus or some baby octopus?
  • This dude is hilarious. There's a bunch of other videos on youtube with him. Both cooking and personal interviews. He's got a really interesting story
  • Serious Eats has become my first stop
  • stlcharcoal said: sheetmetalpete said: We're staying in Overland Park.  We're willing to travel.  Went to Jack Stack's last night.  It was a bit spendy but good.   Have yet to decide on today's stop.   Check out the KC BBQ Store…
  • I bet your wallet isn't happy
  • Pastrami Hash instead of corned beef Eggs Benedict with pastrami Pastrami with potato latkes And not quite making it the "star" but it would probably be awesome inside ABTs as well
  • vb4677 said: +1 for Slaps in KC, Kansas (ribs are ridiculous) +1 for BB's Lawnside in Southern KC area (blues bar, they do a BBQ parfait) Also: Brobeck's in Overland Park/Leawood area - sauce agnostic joint How is Brobeck's? I just …
  • I don't know if there are any "roadside" places here in KC but when I hear dive I think BB's Lawnside and SLAPs.  BB's is in a pretty industrial area and has live music a lot of the time. SLAPs is supposed to be great; pretty small, open till they …
  • It's pretty good! Very onion-y though
  • Hans61 said: Do you need a PlayStation console attached to every tv you want the channels on?  Nope. I believe that is how it worked originally but it now works on Apple TV, Chromecast, etc. 
  • Their stuff is carried in grocery stores here in KC. Mostly bacon, hams, other cured stuff. Everything I've had is pretty good
  • Beets and Goat cheese aren't an unusual combo, I would try that in a heart beat.  Try roasting the beets on the egg. You could grill the bread, also. Otherwise, you would just add the goat cheese and maybe some sort of dressing to the topping?
  • My wife and some of our friends can't handle jalapenos even with the seeds and membranes removed. I always make some with the mini bell peppers you can find at the grocery store. They are a little smaller, but no heat at all and still really good.  …
  • Was just in Dublin the first week of October. Our first day included Guinness, Jameson, and Teeling. All are worth doing, but Teeling was my favorite. They were the only one of the three that actually distilled on site still. Check it out if you get…
  • ewyllins said: I plan on doing it this Thanksgiving. Did you egg it or oven? And if egg did you set the pan directly on the conveggtor or the grate? This was done on the egg, but also did a breast only that was done in the oven. The setu…
  • It's here in KC, too. Lots of people I know have it and love it. They have raised the prices though just like every other ISP
  • Good for you. We need more stuff like this in the world. In a similar vein, my wife and I lead an effort to adopt families for Christmas through a local community center. They give us the family's wish list, and we (with some friends) buy the items…
  • Looks awesome! These are super popular in St Louis and surrounding areas. Pretty much every restaurant sells them, but they are called "Toasted Ravioli" or "T-Ravs" for short. They almost always have a meat filling too, if you want to try another va…
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