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Old 02-25-2007, 01:18 PM   #1
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Doing a short rib RECIPE that Scotty gave me from Gourmet Magazine. Very simple and the smell so far is amazing!! If they end up tasting as good as they smell, I'm in for a treat. I'm gonna have some garlic redskin mashers along with a meatloaf I'm gonna do in the oven due to the weather. Meatloaf pic's later!! The ribs are braising for the next couple hours I'll post upated pic's in a bit.


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Old 02-25-2007, 01:22 PM   #2
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Looking good Larry! Is your daughter still helping?
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Looking good Larry! Is your daughter still helping?
Nope she's napping........ she's been fighting the same cold I have had the past two weeks and was up coughing most of the night. She'll help with the meatloaf later though!
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Old 02-25-2007, 01:36 PM   #4
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note to self " don't eat the short ribs, wait for the meatloaf"
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Old 02-25-2007, 01:44 PM   #5
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note to self " don't eat the short ribs, wait for the meatloaf"
I think the smell in my house would change your mind!!! I'm smelling a nice 2001 Merlot reduction happening!!

BTW the meatloaf does have some Reverend Marvins Gourmet BBQ Sauce in it and will also be finished with a glaze that will also contain the Rev's!
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Old 02-25-2007, 02:16 PM   #6
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Very nice Mr.Wolfe
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Old 02-25-2007, 03:00 PM   #7
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hey my boss gave me a subscription to Gourmet and some other fancy rag for my birthday....maybe I'll read em.


And I put Rev Marvins in my Brunswick stew....just made a 20 gallon
pot..Popeye, I'm out!!!!! Bring lots in April!
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Looking good Larry! Is your daughter still helping?
Nope she's napping........ she's been fighting the same cold I have had the past two weeks and was up coughing most of the night. She'll help with the meatloaf later though! [/quote:1hf77cul]

Looks good man, I was suffering with a cold but I killed it in 3 days
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Mmmmm ... makes me drool just thinking about it!
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Ribs and meatloaf are done. My God, it ain't pretty but this is this a gooooooooood meal!!!


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Looks great Larry!
What kind of glaze did you use on the meatloaf?
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Looks great Larry!
What kind of glaze did you use on the meatloaf?
The meatloaf already had Rev's in it, but the glaze was Rev's and Ketchup about 50/50. Ohhhhhhh man......................
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A round meatloaf, makes perfect sense; no corners to get overdone.
I do the round meatloaves caused I normally do them on the WSM. But due to the weather, I cooked this one inside. My wife in general isn't crazy about my food, but she said TWICE the meatloaf was good!!
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Anything that has an onion ratio like that just about has to be good.

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Hey Larry that looks great, I love beef short ribs and meatloaf. Do you cook short ribs often? The ones I find down here look like they were run through a mechanical separator, hardly any meat at all on them. Do you get yours at a butcher?
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Looks real good Larry. Sorry you couldn't make it outside.

Would that have made it Griff Loaf ?, or is that another recipe ?
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THAT'S what I'm talking about!
It all looks good!
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So is the short rib recipe a keeper?
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What do you mean, not pretty, looks pretty to me.
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So is the short rib recipe a keeper?
Oh yes!!! Very simple and oh so good!! The sauce is incredibly rich after the reduction!
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