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Old 06-05-2006, 11:44 AM   #1
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Beef..It's What's For Dinner (also Carolines Rub)

Fire in the hole with some beef ribs (yes, shiners) and Carolines
Aussie Steak rub.







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Old 06-05-2006, 11:46 AM   #2
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Jim those don't look bad at all! Look pretty meaty.
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That's why I got em....a bone or two shining but decent meat between
the ribs. Must have been a fat cow.
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Old 06-05-2006, 11:48 AM   #4
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That's why I got em....a bone or two shining but decent meat between
the ribs. Must have been a fat cow.
Mmmmmmm =P~ Beef, can't wait to see the pics. What kind of wood are you using?
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Can you hold off until Aug to cook them. [-o< I will be down on the 5th?
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Man,
I wish I could find beef ribs like that more often up here. MmmMMM!
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:09 PM   #7
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you always want me to cook when it's so damn hot! Come down
in November.
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Can you hold off until Aug to cook them. [-o< I will be down on the 5th?
They should be aged pretty well by then!
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I have to charge for aged beef ribs Bill.
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you always want me to cook when it's so damn hot! Come down
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And here I thought Southern Q season was all year round. [-X Shame on you cappy. I'll have a foot of snow in Nov. and still be burning sticks.
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hey I'll smoke in a foot of snow. I just won't smoke with a heat index
of 105. using hickory and apple btw
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hey I'll smoke in a foot of snow. I just won't smoke with a heat index
of 105. using hickory and apple btw
Hickory and Apple nice combo. I was in a weeding in Chicago when the heat index was 105*, I wanted to stop at a ginmill for a cold one, Mrs. Dog says, "You'll have one at the reception". It was a baptist wedding. NO BOOZE :badgrin: . I ended up chuging a couple of wine carafes that were left over from the toast. Now anytime I go to a wedding I take a bottle of Jack and leave it in the car and carry my handy dandy flask.

I'm with you though when it hit 90* here last week it was even to hot to eat.
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ROFL!!! I'm so glad I'm Presbyterian! Been looking hard at them
Catholics and Lutherans....they been drinking right there in the church!
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Nothin' wrong with beef shiners, as long as the price is right.
There's usually plenty of tasty meat to gnaw on.
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Looking good Cappy! Don't know what you guys are talking about, it's never too hot or too cold to cook and eat!
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Mmmmmm. Lookin' good there Cappy! =P~
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Cappy does that sauce have a brown color to it or is it the light? What kinda sauce? They sure do look good!
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Both...it's a mixture of Sonny's and BullsEye Steakhouse w/A1 (which stinks..i'm trying to get rid of it.)
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