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  • Birthday 04/13/1960

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    Port St Lucie, FL
  • Interests
    Cooking, Gardening, Dogs
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    Kamado Joe

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  1. I tried foiling and it just came out sort of soggy. I wont foil again, at least not ribs or brisket
  2. I will try when I made a brisket, I do want to see if there is a difference. But I do not think I would bother with ribs again.
  3. I like the way these ribs came out, they were as moist as the last ones I did and even had a really nice crispness in some parts. For a side dish I cut up some potatoes (russets) and drizzled some EVOO and sprinkled with the same rub I made for the ribs and added a teeny bit of cayenne. I love cayenne on potatoes. They were super awesome, what a great meal! I am not sure I saw any benefit to using the butcher paper but it was a good experiment.
  4. Peach Butcher Paper Roll 18" X 200' FEET, Made in USA - FDA Food Grade Pink Butcher Paper for Smoking Meat - Cooking Beef Brisket on Smoker Grill or Big Green Egg Grill, Runner for Butcher Block
  5. I found the butcher paper on Amazon, not sure if I am allowed to post a link or brand.
  6. Hi Everyone! I am trying BB Ribs but this time I finally got some butcher paper and this will be the first thing I will cook using the butcher paper. In the past ribs have been awesome without it but I am interested to see what difference if any, there might be. Its a gorgeous day in Port St Lucie, 85 degrees, partly cloudy, hanging out on the patio with nothing to do but wait for a great meal. Pictures to follow Allison
  7. This is a great idea! I can imagine it would be the perfect cut for pork burnt ends, thanks!!
  8. OK flavor, incredible. But this cut of meat is very fatty. I read in other posts that if you start cutting the fat on a pork belly you will never stop but I think if I try this cut of meat again I will at least give it a try.
  9. Hi- So the groundhog says an early spring. Does not mean too much in Port St Lucie but for you folks up north I hope Phil is right. I am making pork belly burnt ends tomorrow, wish me luck! The caption on this picture said "Finally, a parking spot for fat guys and their new BBQ" I thought was cute! Allison
  10. The lamb shanks came out so great, no pictures to show but I will definitely cook lamb shanks again in the future. I love lamb, why have I never cooked shanks before? Very memorable meal!!!
  11. I found shanks and I am going to try this recipe this weekend. I cant wait!!!
  12. This was a wonderful way to cook brisket, it was incredibly delicious. I made glazed carrots and garlic bread in the KJ as well. Son happy!
  13. Hello All- I am smoking a brisket using this method today and I will be using the Kamado Joe 2014 video recipe for the sauce (Kamado Joe-Atlanta Brisket circa 2014 ). I will post some pictures later. I was searching for an alternate method of brisket cooking because there are no stores nearby that carry butcher paper! I had to purchase it online and it did not arrive yet. My son, home on leave from the Air Force until Monday, wants a brisket. I think he will love this recipe. Allison
  14. Happy New Year! I love this cook and pictures. Looks delish! I am originally from NY and spent 44 years there then moved to Florida in 2004. These pictures really make me miss those snowed in days, you have such pretty scenery surrounding your home. I finally found a good butcher shop here and they carry shanks so I will be trying this recipe. Thanks!
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