Pork Shoulder, Ribs, Belly and more (pron)
Pics to follow.
So despite knowing that I had a cook for today, Mrs. SJ decides to make cookies.
I prepped a belly and the shoulder. No room in refrigerator for anything else, like MAC AND CHEESE!
:pop2: im waiting!
Here we go:
Let's start with the pork belly:
Ribs are attached to the underside. These must go.
Snip Snip here, Snip Snip there. La La La La La....
This is Pitmaster X's Method:
Score the bottom
Apply the rub
Puncture the skin
Apply the cure
The belly pieces get a marinade in a soy ginger garlic sauce....
Rub with Badonkadonk Rub and score fat
Wrap and put it to bed....
Fire up the UDS. Going with KBB, 275 and....Peach wood I picked up from the woodshed. I was going to use red oak, but I had never used peach before.
How did these get here?
Trim them up, rack get my Badonkadonk rub, pieces get Weber Kickin' Chicken
Not sure about these beef ribs. Probably the last time I'm buying them unless I do the cutting.
Rubbed them with Montreal Steak Seasoning
Is everybody ready?
2 hours out, pull the pieces and foil the rack
Pieces needed a litte more time....
Belly pieces that were in the soy got the grill:
3 hours out, spares are ready, looks like I have beef jerky ribs...slapping a coat of paint on them.
Beef ribs not too bad....
Now while they were cooking, the belly went on the grill!
I hour later....
Crisped the skin....slicing....holy guacamole!
Into the cooler....
Mrs SJ's cookies......they go so well with a glass of Fat Milk.....
The shoulder is still in the cooler....
just yum and you need an ice cream maker and some time to add bacon to the ice cream.... holy smokers that looks good.
Wow, that was a visual feast....I should of saved room for desert! thanks for sharing. I need a nap.
The shoulder is out of the cooler. Almost too hot to handle, but I'm old and have oven hands...
Bedtime! There's more for tomorrow.....
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