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Old 03-30-2008, 11:19 AM   #1
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flanken ribs, beef ribs, chuckeye, shrimp

not all at once....first, pics of a grilled beef rib and a chuck eye steak from last week...I can only get shiners down here for beef ribs, so
I thought, why not grill it like a steak....it was a little rare on the inside,
not bad, but no revelation here...I think it can be done to make it worthwhile, but I ain't there yet (Cappy bows to JB). So the rib goes
with the chuck eye which rocked....my favorite meal...beef and beef.



so I bought some flanken ribs today and am thinking about how to cook em...gonna pull like crazy for the Davidson Wildcats this afternoon, and
want some fun eats...gonna do a big batch of flank ribs in 2 or 3 different ways, plus some scrimps....I've got about 25 bottles of sauce in the house, about 15 different rubs...narrowed it down to these to choose from


then thought about a marinade for some of the ribs....so...added red wine and evoo


just sipping a beer, deciding on the flavors right now....Simba the Wonder
Dog wonders which it will be...
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Old 03-30-2008, 12:03 PM   #2
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Great looking grub Jim! Tell Simba, Uncle Larry said hey!
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decisions have been made....4 in the red wine and italian dressing mariande, these rubbed with the charbroil garlic stuff and Lotta Bull.
used a little mustard to get the rub to stick more

notice how these are labeled
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Jim those are NOT ribs, they are cuts off a chuck shoulder roast.
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really? wow...hope they're good grilled
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They could bee tough if not cooked slow enough Cap
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and they were!
lol, here's pics that were better than the food was..

the shrimp were tough, at least.





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I'd eat that!!!!!
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Hell yeah!!
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Jim those are NOT ribs, they are cuts off a chuck shoulder roast.
Flanken-style Short Ribs

Refers to a slab of beef short ribs, small pieces cut from the main portion of the ribs. Taken from the chuck primal, the Flanken-style Short Ribs consist of the first five ribs of the ribcage. When the chuck short ribs are obtained by cutting across the bones, they are referred to as Flanken-style Short Ribs. However, chuck short ribs cut parallel to the bones are known as English style short ribs.

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JB, I grill the hell out of them for about 6 minutes and have never had a tough one yet. I make sure mine are less than 1/2 inch thick, more likely just over a 1/4 inch. They are so well marbled that they're like eating prime rib. There is some gristle around each bone, but that's only there to slow me down, otherwise I'd power through a platter of them in minutes.



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