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Unread 07-01-2009, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default Pron...Last night's burgers & tonight's "ribs"

Needed a quick meal last night, so I made bacon cheese burgers. The bacon is ground in with the meat. I used the gasser for time's sake. Pretty darn good.

Tonight we are having Pork shoulder Western Style Ribs - same as Country Ribs, I think. Dry rubbed with Adobo, Seasoning Salt, Course Ground Pepper and Mesquite BBQ seasoning from a local butcher...more pix later
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Good lookin burger, but I think the ribs could use a little more time in the cooker.
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A few people I know would be out on the burger, not done enough for them, other wise good food.
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The burger looks perfect to me! Nice touch with the jalapenos!
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looking good, but with the bacon in the burger you don't want raw pork.
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Burgers look great!!!! Ribs alittle young for my taste. Great Pics.
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That burger was cooked perfectly....
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looking good, but with the bacon in the burger you don't want raw pork.
Yeah, they look a little pink, but believe it or not, they were right on. The ribs, for you smart alecks, were just seasoned on their way to the grill. I ended up basting them in creole butter and then sauced them during the last 15 minutes or so. I'll post pix later...
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Okay, the pictures from last night when the ribs first came off didn't turn out - but I reheated the leftovers for lunch in the oven for a couple of hours with a bit of creole butter marinade in the pan to keep them moist. Here's the best picture of them I have (although still not a good pix)...
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That is a wonderful looking burger and cooked pretty close to perfect IMO. And yes, the japs are a nice touch.

Questions though - was the bacon cooked before grinding it with the meat and what was the meat - looks really good?
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That is a wonderful looking burger and cooked pretty close to perfect IMO. And yes, the japs are a nice touch.

Questions though - was the bacon cooked before grinding it with the meat and what was the meat - looks really good?
The bacon was not cooked, but was ground fine enough that it cooked quickly. The meat was ground sirloin.
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Thanks - wanna guess what I am cooking tonight
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