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Old 04-03-2006, 05:25 PM   #1
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Last Night's CS Ribs and a Fatty

I picked up some country style ribs from the store and a bottle of Ken's Honey Teriyaki Marinade/Sauce. I marinated them for a couple hours and grill indirect for about 2 hours and then finished direct. I also did my first fatty, rubbed with Finney Rub. I wasn't crazy about the fatty last night, but I still thought it was okay. I ate some at lunch today and liked it much mo betta. The co-workers enjoyed it as well and asked if I sell them! I do now! I told them $7 a piece and they said they'd take two each. So that's a pretty good review for my first fatty!

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Old 04-03-2006, 05:33 PM   #2
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How'd you like the CS ribs?

That rub was ony for you... Are your co-workers okay? Alive?



Just asking... not for any reason. :^o
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Old 04-03-2006, 05:34 PM   #3
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Well that looked good Larry. How did the ribs turn out? Every time I do the country ribs thay come out tough. But a do like a fattie! I did one yesterday and I rubbed it down with just some brown sugar. It was great.
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Old 04-03-2006, 05:41 PM   #4
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How'd you like the CS ribs?

That rub was ony for you... Are your co-workers okay? Alive?

Just asking... not for any reason. :^o
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Well that looked good Larry. How did the ribs turn out? Every time I do the country ribs thay come out tough. But a do like a fattie! I did one yesterday and I rubbed it down with just some brown sugar. It was great.
The CS Ribs were super! Very tender and the Teriyaki Sauce went great with them. I melted the fat, meat and marinade together.
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Old 04-04-2006, 06:31 AM   #5
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that looks good, especially those country style ribs.

i'm with you about fatties. they're good, just not anything to write home about. the last couple times i've made them i've taken sweet italian sausage links and taken them out of the castings. the i flattened them out and layered mozz cheese and prochiutto before rolling them up. much better. i'll try to get some pics next time i cook them up.
Brian, did you roll it like a jellyroll or was the prochiutto and cheese just in the middle like a stuffing ?
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Dauuum. That looks great ! =P~
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I've seen fatties wrapped in bacon before. Anyone try that?
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I've seen fatties wrapped in bacon before. Anyone try that?
It's been tried, but everyone who did it had a heart attack before they could post pictures.
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Fatties always seem to taste better the next day
Larry, what kind of sausage did you use?
I think Bob Evans maple tastes the best
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Fatties always seem to taste better the next day
Larry, what kind of sausage did you use?
I think Bob Evans maple tastes the best
I think it was Bob Evans Original.
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