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Old 02-26-2020, 06:42 PM   #16
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CSR's look delicious, nice work.
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:20 PM   #17
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I don't SV but thanks for the reportage
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:40 PM   #18
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Finished product looks great, were they green when you took them out of the bath?
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CSRs look great, thanks for sharing your cook Terry.
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Finished product looks great, were they green when you took them out of the bath?
No, just varying shades of brown, I assume from the different rubs.
Lousy cell phone pics.
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Looks great Terry.
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Those look fantastic!
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Thanks all for following along.
They really were very good. The fat had rendered nicely, without drying the meat. They were pull apart tender without turning to mush. The light glaze of the bourbon BBQ sauce was a nice compliment to the rubs. It was a fun experiment, I will do them this way again.

I really need to up my staging and camera game, the ribs deserved a better presentation.
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I would brine the pork in advance, it could only add to the end results.
I would suggest a "dry brine" 24 hours in advance of the cook. I use 2.5g of salt per pound of meat. This will equalize through the meat and it doesn't end up too salty. No need to rinse off either. Also keeps gallons of water out of your fridge. :)
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Thanks for the tip Sleebs!
Good to see you back and enjoying that new Blackstone! I love mine!
I need to spend some time perusing your cinder block pit thread.
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Thanks for the tip Sleebs!
Good to see you back and enjoying that new Blackstone! I love mine!
I need to spend some time perusing your cinder block pit thread.
Speaking of the Blackstone, I bet these would come out great finished on the flattop....Nice cook!
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