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1st test run some scored failed and loaf collapsed during brotform turn over, taste was very good but since I considered it a failure no photos from it included, 2nd test run, on Country bread loaf was smashing success. My scoring worked much better on this test. Still need some more practice to have my scores look professional. One change I made was to mist top of loaf well with water before placing on pizza stone in my Kamado grill. It helped make the crust better for the texture I was looking for, the taste, crumb and texture is awesome. Baked at 450F. Tastes so good I am going to have another slice. Enjoy the photo’s.
Ingredients 1 Pkg. Costco Country Style Ribs Marinade Ingredients 1 cup white distilled vinegar ¼ cup ketchup ¼ cup apple juice 3 tablespoons Light brown sugar 1 tablespoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon hot sauce (tapatio) 1 teaspoon ground pepper 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes Directions 1. Cut the pork into golf ball sized chunks and marinate it for 24 hours 2. Preheat your kamado to 300°F with your favorite smoke wood chunks added 3. Grill the pork until the internal temperature is about 205°F and the pork chunks probe tender (about an hour) 4. Consolidate the pork chunks into throw-away pans and cover them with BBQ sauce 5. Return the sauced chunks to the kamado to set the sauce Marinating On the kamado with heat deflectors below Light blue smoke at 297°F Out of the kamado and ready for sauce Consolidated, with 2 different sauces I have a photograph of the finished product but adding it exceeded the 14.65MB limit.
I've cooked country style boneless pork ribs before, but I'm not sure I realized there was such a thing as country style boneless beef ribs. I would appreciate any ideas about how to best cook these, as well as ideas for the best rub. Thanks!