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Old 09-02-2013, 01:13 PM   #1
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Default Baby backs & corn custard

I had just applied some rub (Obie-Cue's Sweet n' Heat) on a couple of baby back ribs when my wife mentioned she had prepped some corn custard. I figured I had extra space in the Egg so why not add it to the cook.

Ribs on the Egg (no foil cook):


Put the corn custard in a cast iron skillet and put it on the upper grid about 90 mins into the cook:


Ribs sauced with Bart's Blazin' Q sauce:


Ribs off the Egg & sliced:



Had time for a taste while the corn custard was finishing up:


Corn custard off & sliced:



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Old 09-02-2013, 01:18 PM   #2
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Look good. Now I have a name to something that I ate in the past.
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That looks great! Corn custard recipe please???
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+1 on the corn custard recipe please :) And fine looking ribs..
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Very nice John, as always, beautiful cook.

And that corn custard looks great as well. I don't even know what that is, but, I want it
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That looks fabulous!!!
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Corn Custard recipe

1 stick softened margarine
8 oz sour cream
1 can cream style corn
1 can whole kernel corn
1 pkg Jiffy corn bread mix (dry)
2 well-beaten eggs

Drain and save liquid from whole kernel corn. Combine beaten eggs and corn liquid. Add other ingredients (she used butter instead of margarine, cut it up into pats and spread them across the skillet). I used a 12" Lodge skillet but think a 9"-10" skillet would have been fine (better if you want a deeper corn custard).

Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

For this cook, my wife cut the butter and sour cream quantities in the recipe in half in an attempt to make this a little healthier. I don't recall how it tasted the last time (strictly following the recipe) to say if it was much different this time. This cook didn't taste overly buttery.
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John
I'll take the "leftovers" and properly dispose of them....
Nice job, beautiful as usual, and thanks for the recipe
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That's lookin really good! My better half makes her corn bread the same way, drizzles some butter and honey on top during the last 15 mins. When she's not looking I try to sneak in some chopped jalapenos
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Not sure how I missed these first time round but glad I found them in the TD voting thread... All I can say is wow!
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Good looking cooking. Gonna do the corn custard very soon. Thanks.
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Nice looking ribs, I love the texture of the meat and the colour. Thanks for the corn custard recipe.
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