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Old 01-11-2020, 10:02 PM   #16
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Dat looks DIVINE! I was VERY UNHAPPY when JD stopped selling the 3 lb. sausage packs!!!
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Old 01-11-2020, 10:15 PM   #17
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Marc that looks amazing. I love beef cheeks. I need to try this. I normally dredge in seasoned flour. Brown them using butter and put it in a covered dish with pork gravy onions and carrots and bake at 350 for a couple hours. Serve over rice. Amazing
What was the temperature of the cheeks when you took them off the grill
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I normally dredge in seasoned flour. Brown them using butter and put it in a covered dish with pork gravy onions and carrots and bake at 350 for a couple hours. Serve over rice.
What was the temperature of the cheeks when you took them off the grill
This sounds delicious, George!

I smoked the cheeks until the biggest one was at 160F internal. I didn't temp the two smaller cheeks, but they were significantly higher. I stole a nibble or two as I put 'em in the pan. It was GOOD.
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Love me some barbacoa. I have used that recipe and always get rave reviews! I have only used chuck...keeping my eye out for some cheeks.

Thanks...on the idea for the onions.
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Beef cheeks = real Barbacoa. Chuck doesn't match the taste and texture IMO. Looks fantastic Marc. I'd come back for seconds too!
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Beef cheeks = real Barbacoa. Chuck doesn't match the taste and texture IMO. Looks fantastic Marc. I'd come back for seconds too!
Try this recipe with lamb, it's stoooooooooopid good.

I've always heard the real barbacoa is with lamb or goat. I've used this recipe with beef, then tried lamb. Never going back to beef for this.
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Try this recipe with lamb, it's stoooooooooopid good.

I've always heard the real barbacoa is with lamb or goat. I've used this recipe with beef, then tried lamb. Never going back to beef for this.
I have heard that too...what cut...would boneless leg work?
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Thanks for the info... never checked Walmart, I will because at this point I have nothing to loose...

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Greg, no doubt you will find them in your area at Walmart. I can get them down state at Walmart, and last I looked they had a huge selection of different cuts designated as Mexican/Latino. A lot of my friends still head up to Aurora area for Latino specialty items so I'm sure Walmart would probably have similar towards Chicago......Good Luck!


Marc - Food looks fantastic. Makes me want to stop and grab some cheek meat!
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Those beef cheek tacos are so legit.

Nice cook Marc. I’ll be honest I’m a little jealous
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Job well done Marc.
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I have heard that too...what cut...would boneless leg work?
That's what I used. Actually, they removed the bone from the leg but put it back in, which had me scratching my head. This thread is what happened.
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Thanks my 65 y/o brain kicked in and I remember that tread now.
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