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Unread 02-14-2013, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default Pork Rib Roast... talk to me

just picked one up at Costco & it has 8 ribs which i think i'll cut in half and freeze for 2 meals.

can anyone recommend some ways theyve smoked/grilled with good results? thinking its the perfect size for the mini wsm.
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Unread 02-14-2013, 12:22 PM   #2
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I happen to love this cut of meat. I hit it with a paste of olive oil, lots of garlic, onion and an herb mix (fresh thyme, flat leaf parsely, sage and a little rosemary) then onto the cooker at 325F until 140F and rest.
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Sounds great land arc, I've made pork roast with garlic sliced into the meat and its come out fantastic.
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So, let me get this right..............the pork roast talked to you? Ah............I'm thinkin' I would take it on the road.....not eat it... this could be a heck of a money maker ya got here...............
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Essentially, what Bob said. I've done a few of these and they're always delicious. We save them for special occasions -- these and the racks of lamb they have.

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