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Old 05-21-2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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Danish ribs

I'm going to give them a try today.
I'm not too excited about cooking them, they just seem scrawny, not much meat.
I'm going to do them indirect, not sure how long though.
Smoke will be Hickory and pear.
I also have some fresh Walleye fillets. I'm going to rub them with honey and Maple syrup.
Ribs rubbed with Wolfe Rub.
Here goes nothing 8-[

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Old 05-21-2006, 11:11 AM   #2
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I saw some Danish Ribs in a box of three yesterday and wondered about them. I am glad you are trying them out.
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Old 05-21-2006, 11:22 AM   #3
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Puff the innovator of Danish Ribs. We might have to call them 8 mile ribs. Are you planning on cooking them like BB’s? Are you smoking some dogs for your daughter? I’ve got some ABT’s on and some dogs for the boys.
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Old 05-21-2006, 11:33 AM   #4
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I almost forgot about the dogs #-o



I usually never buy meat from a box, there were 3 1/2 slabs, I can't figure out why only 1/2 a slab
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The 1/2 is for you to boil!
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The 1/2 is for you to boil!
Rib soup, yummmm =P~
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Old 05-21-2006, 12:20 PM   #7
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I've never seen "untrimmed" Danish Ribs before. They are usually trimmed and cryopacked.
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I've never seen "untrimmed" Danish Ribs before. They are usually trimmed and cryopacked.
When I opened the "box", they were wrapped in plastic, the ends were sticking out
I'm afraid if I trim them there won't be anything left, i'm leaving them the way they are.
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Dinner is served!
The ribs weren't bad, but not what I am used to.
My daughter loved them, she said they were ribs for kid's.
I did what I would like to call the 311 method.
They were different I will admit, not much meat, but a nice flavor.

Yes, I put it in the slideshow!
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Screw the Danish ribs. The walleye looks super.

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Screw the Danish ribs. The walleye looks super.

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Old 05-21-2006, 06:48 PM   #13
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I gotta' tell you guys, I don't eat fish,but that was some good stuff.
A buddy of mine caught it fresh out of Lake St. Clair last week.
As far as the ribs go...........they were ribs



Crazy White dude, the fish smelled like fish, not the ribs
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Old 05-21-2006, 07:00 PM   #14
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i love grilling fish but like going out in the bay and getting some clams and throwing them over the fire till they open then toss them with a mixture of evoo, garlic, and cilantro or depending on my cholesterol it is better with butter
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Great job Puffy! That fish looked great!!
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Good job Puffster...ribs looked good and there's nothing better than fresh walleye.
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Great job Puffy! That fish looked great!!
After seeing your'e ribs
To hell with the Danish crap
I'll stick with what I know
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Good job Puffster...ribs looked good and there's nothing better than fresh walleye.
Bruce, I have a great hook-up for the summer as far as Walleye goes
I'll hook you up


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Puffy-poo, nice looking dinner, all of it! What was the desert?
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Puffy-poo, nice looking dinner, all of it! What was the desert?
Well you just named it
My daughter said the same thing
It's called Pineapple-poo
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