Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by iluvendo, Aug 18, 2008.
Nice job everyone.
Hope all are doing well and having a great time with food and family!!!
Many happy meals (not BLOODY McD's either) to everyone!!!
Is that sausage? Damn it looks good.
Hows it going GM
It's going as good as it can... thanks for asking.
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link the Koobideh
Kabab Koobideh is typically called Soltani, meaning 'Sultan's Feast'.
Well, it certainly looks like a feast
It certainly looks like it came from a feast and recycled if ya know what I mean. It was probably better the first time down!!!! LOL I'm sure it was delicious.
Edit: This refers to the plate of Sh#t several posts above, not the one directly above, which actually does look delicious.
Ha ha! It all looks delicious to me
Garmoon, you callin my food shyte ?
Just wondering if you made it or laid it?? Since I don't have smellyvision it's a tough call. It might be interesting in Blu-Ray 3D tho. LOL
First made, then laid, if you must know all the sordid details..........
yeah I understand-we pay $1/# for mudbugs from a ditch and many a person is dsigusted watching us suck the head of a crawfish. Mmmmmm Sha making me Hoongry.
haven't had ribs in a while.
i made the best baby backs i ever ate yesterday.
dry rub= about a cup light brown sugar, tbsp each of black pepper, cayenne pepper, paprika, chili powder
rub ribs then wrap in aluminum foil. heat in oven for 3hrs at 250 deg
when done, take ribs out, save the drippings add some bbq sauce to drippings to thicken it a bit.transfer ribs to a grill or use oven broiler. brush on dripping juice, this acts like a primer for the real bbq sauce. once dripping sauce has baked in, brush on favorite bbq sauce and cook untill sauce is carmalized and baked on proper.
Sounds good RUMMY boy.
I found using Emeril's seasoning at a 2 to 1 mixture with brown sugar (as the 2) is a good dry rub.. cheating a bit I know but good none the less.
Endo, you're a fiend! LOL!
Having Baby Bach ribs tonight along with my homemade Pinto beans and fresh corn on cob. And some cornbread.
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