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NJ's Boneless or Country Style Ribs with Sauerkraut

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OK, thanks....but I don't know when I will ever be back...though at some point I may stay in Missouri in the Lake Ozark area, or be down near Joplin, but not up by KC.

You're still making me hungry.

 

If youre going to the lake without the wife, check out party cove.

 

Women take off their tops but thats perfectly legal in Missouri.

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OK, thanks....but I don't know when I will ever be back...though at some point I may stay in Missouri in the Lake Ozark area, or be down near Joplin, but not up by KC.

You're still making me hungry.

 

There are 3 Famous Daves BBQ in Ohio. Toledo and 2 other places.

 

They have good BBQ and the best pickles Ive ever had.

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If youre going to the lake without the wife, check out party cove.

 

Women take off their tops but thats perfectly legal in Missouri.

Would like to go with my son so he can go fishing.

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Well MJ, I bought a smoker. Lowes had Oklahoma Joes smokers on sale for $199.00. Regular $399.00 https://www.lowes.com/pd/Oklahoma-Joe-s-Highland-879-sq-in-Black-Charcoal-Horizontal-Smoker/50329703 $399 was a steal because they are made so well. Thick steel and very heavy duty. The grates are coated with non stick so they do not rust. I made a pork roast 4 of July but I rushed the cooking with a fire too hot and I used mostly oak in the fire box. The roast did not turn out as I had hoped.

 

Next time Im planning to do a brisket with mostly charcoal because it burns much cleaner. What do you think?

I find cooking medium depends on things like your setup, time, preferences, etc. We went from charcoal to LP to nat gas largely because of convenience and we use our grill like an indoor stove plus I can't do charcoal like I used to.

 

And good choice on Weber, well made will last.

 

I also recommended getting a Weber cookbook or two new or used, great ideas even if you're a seasoned griller.

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I find cooking medium depends on things like your setup, time, preferences, etc. We went from charcoal to LP to nat gas largely because of convenience and we use our grill like an indoor stove plus I can't do charcoal like I used to.

 

And good choice on Weber, well made will last.

 

I also recommended getting a Weber cookbook or two new or used, great ideas even if you're a seasoned griller.

 

I will and grilling stuff is being marked down for winter merchandise.

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I will and grilling stuff is being marked down for winter merchandise.

I go with Amazon Prime, see earlier post....or gifts.

 

....add, one of the early ones...Oh I looked up my two original WEBER'S cookbooks, one big hardback and the same in a big heavy paperback c. 2005, WEBER'S REAL GRILLING by Jamie Purviance , 304 pages.

 

Good reading and cooking. :)

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I go with Amazon Prime, see earlier post....or gifts.

 

....add, one of the early ones...Oh I looked up my two original WEBER'S cookbooks, one big hardback and the same in a big heavy paperback c. 2005, WEBER'S REAL GRILLING by Jamie Purviance , 304 pages.

 

Good reading and cooking. :)

 

There is art and science to doing it right. Do you ever watch Steve Rachlen? BBQ university.

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There is art and science to doing it right. Do you ever watch Steve Rachlen? BBQ university.

 

Oh yes I watch them all on PBS, good source of information and ideas.

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Oh yes I watch them all on PBS, good source of information and ideas.

 

I watch them all too.

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On 7/3/2017 at 10:47 AM, mjp28 said:

Meals I want as soon as I can get out of the hospital system.....or stuff you can't get here.

1. Rib eye or porterhouse steak hot off the grill, baked potato with butter and sour cream, a green veggie like grilled asparagus or creamed or plain spinach and a Sam Adams Boston Lager :)

2. Ribs with saurkraut like the above recipe or maybe barbecued ribs, mmmm.

3. My wife's roast chicken with potatoes, onions, carrots....oh yeah simple but good!

I better stop now, I'm sure jello or other stuff is coming up in 2 hours. :lol:

Heard today Monday that I might be done with rehab by Friday or early next week and I'll be out of here.

I'm dying after 5 weeks in the hospital and here for a good, hot steak off the grill....like you wouldn't believe! :)

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On 8/1/2017 at 2:32 PM, mjp28 said:

Heard today Monday that I might be done with rehab by Friday or early next week and I'll be out of here.

I'm dying after 5 weeks in the hospital and here for a good, hot steak off the grill....like you wouldn't believe! :)

I guess that will have to wait again, my stay extended to 9/2/17. I think about grilling a lot in this joint and all of the bland food. Had to refiL my pepper shaker the other day.  Bummer.

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Well we're debating on ribs in the Dutch oven -or- ribs on the grill this weekend......weather is supposed to be beautiful so probably outside! :D

Not many really exotic recipes for barbecued ribs just the sauce and cook them right. 

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On 4/22/2017 at 12:07 PM, The Gipper said:

Yea, and this stuff was not. It was from a chain called Old Carolina.

Old Carolina is not very good. Do you want some good barbecue? Go to Mission BBQ in Canton its top-notch, so is Jimmy's Backyard BBQ in Carrollton and Sammy Sue's in Dover.

WSS

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42 minutes ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:

This is the best barbecue in the country, and of course, it's in Parma.  

 

https://www.facebook.com/BarabicuSmokehouse/

My godparents and three cousins grew up in Parma, spent a lot of time there in the late 1950s and 1960s, they had a HUGE very deep lot woods and hills that led to a big pool and picnic grounds. Used to like to go and stay there.

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14 hours ago, Westside Steve said:

Old Carolina is not very good. Do you want some good barbecue? Go to Mission BBQ in Canton its top-notch, so is Jimmy's Backyard BBQ in Carrollton and Sammy Sue's in Dover.

WSS

I will have to get down there some day....if I can remember the name.

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