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Edward Cook

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  1. The color on those ribs looks awesome. If they tasted anything like they look ... home run!
  2. Whoa!!! Awesome! You showed her dad ... no way she'll forget that. She'll be back to visit!!!
  3. I have the 9" and 12" of these [https://www.amazon.com/Rosle-Stainless-Steel-Release-12-Inch/dp/B000PK55QE}. I've had them for several years and really like them.
  4. Wow ... gotta try this ... most all the things I like are in there!
  5. Wow ... that looks really good! Are pork cheeks a specialty order meat? I don't think I've ever seen in our local grocery stores.
  6. Yum! This Louisiana (born and raised) Texan's mouth is watering! We're just getting our first cold snaps of the season and some red beans and rice and corn bread should just hit the spot!
  7. Beautiful ... tasting with my eyes ... delicious!
  8. Those look fantastic. I'm interested in the recipe also!
  9. TKOBBQ - I ran about 225 the whole time ... they were great. When I try again maybe I'll bump up a little ... should shave a little time off?
  10. Seemed like the cook technique was quite similar to a brisket (not quite as long), but for a lot less meat ... but, they were incredibly tender and flavorful. I think I'll try it again sometime.
  11. I've never smoked beef short ribs before but decided to give it a try last weekend. Got a couple of beef short rib "plates" from our great local meat shop (https://www.hirschsmeats.com/). Sprayed on some duck fat (I really like this stuff)... And seasoned with some Meat Church Holy Cow BBQ rub! Then onto the Kamado Joe! After 2 hours over mesquite and charcoal, I had to have a peek... After 3 hours, I wrapped and left on for a couple of more hours. Super tender and juicy! Supper time! Peas & cornbread, fried eggplant, salad and vino!
  12. Wow ... everything in this cook/cooks looks beautiful ... including the cole slaw!
  13. Hello John, I was really interested in this product and wondered if you've used it enough now to give a little follow up review ... would you buy again, etc. Thank you!
  14. That looks great ... ham, beans and cornbread ... hard to beat that (yep, country boy from Central Louisiana)!
  15. Got a raw, brined ("pickled") ham at our excellent local meat market (https://www.hirschsmeats.com/). Seasoned with my homemade "keto" rub made with zero calorie monk fruit sweetener (in place of the sugar). Put on the Kamado Joe at 11:30 AM on Holy Saturday ... Checked at about 3 1/2 hours in ... Pulled and wrapped at about 7 PM ... After Church on Easter Sunday, got home and sliced and warmed it up to go with all the Easter dinner sides. We all thought it turned out great! Hallelujah ... He is risen!
  16. Not to overload y'all but I'm a few weeks late posting these ... finally got the pictures where I could upload them. My precious daughter (one of two precious daughters!) was home from college for Christmas. As she was about to head back to Houston (Rice U) after the holidays, it obviously became necessary to cook her some rib-eye (her favorite). Below is the photo essay .... Costco is awesome! Low with some Mesquite for a reverse sear ... Checking ... Pulled to rest while I fire up the Joe! Yep ... Back on for some sear! Pulled to rest ... Resting ... And a wedge salad ... And some Brussels sprouts ... And some flat bread ... And some baked spuds ... And some good vino ... and let's eat! The happy student! Juicy!
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