Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby MCA » Thu Jul 14, 2011 7:23 am

I don't know much at all about south of the city high school rosters. Former poster ChrisD would be good for that.

And please learn how to spell.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:38 pm

Ok going with some short ribs tonight

Do you guys marinate them over night in wine like some recipes say?
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby lugnutz » Thu Jul 14, 2011 3:44 pm

I'd dry rub them over night and braise them in wine after I brown them up in EVOO.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Thu Jul 14, 2011 4:21 pm

I just go with a simple recipe and its been great the last 3 times i have made them.

Brown SR's in dutch oven in evoo
deglaze pan with Cab Sauv
add beef stock, rosemary, garlic, shallot
once the SR's are fork tender I add some mushrooms
also, i brown off some meatballs and toss then in the dutch oven and you have the best meal ever

serve with red bliss mashed

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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby MCA » Fri Jul 15, 2011 7:45 am

spencer don't most recipes give temperature and times?
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Fri Jul 15, 2011 8:27 am

The recipe i used called for 3.5 hours at 375, but I turned it down to 300 at the 2 hour and let it go for about 2 more hours.

The short ribs themselves werent that great this time but the sauce that went with them was amazing
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Section 40 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:40 am

I cooked up 3 racks of ribs yesterday and by all accounts they were outstanding. I kept it simple too. Cut the racks in half, salt, pepper and a dry rub. Wrapped em up in foil and baked in 300 degree oven for 2.5 hours. Take them out of the oven, wait 15-20 minutes and then put on grill with some Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbeque for crisping. The ribs were moist, flavorful and the meat fell right off the bone. They were so good I may head down to pick up another slab or two this sweek.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Mon Jul 18, 2011 12:08 pm

BJ's is where i get my ribs, where did u get them?
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Section 40 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 1:27 pm

Roche Brothers.
$3.99 a pound for babybacks this week (normally $7.99)
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Mon Jul 18, 2011 2:03 pm

I think BJ's usually is around 3.50 a lb
They come in a package with 3 racks for around 22 bucks
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby rearadmiral » Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:15 pm

That's what I get, Spencer.

I do 3 hours at 300. Take 'em out w/a half-hour left, put the Sweet Baby Ray''s on them, put 'em back in. I don't wrap them in tin foil though.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby Spencer Pratt » Mon Jul 18, 2011 3:20 pm

rearadmiral wrote:That's what I get, Spencer.

I do 3 hours at 300. Take 'em out w/a half-hour left, put the Sweet Baby Ray''s on them, put 'em back in. I don't wrap them in tin foil though.


I rub them down with this stuff the night before, and wrap them is plastic overnight, i cook them on the grill for about 2.5 hours on indirect heat and then add the BBQ, while they are cooking I spray them down with apple juice periodically.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby MCA » Tue Jul 19, 2011 7:34 am

I go slower w/ my ribs. 185 degrees in the oven for 6 hours. Wrapped in tight tin foil and with a dry rub.

I also use sweet baby rays.

A Meat House opened up near my house and I got ribs from there last week. They were the best I've ever had. 2 racks of perfect ribs cost me 30 bucks I think. I'm pretty sure their prices are virtually identical to those at Market Basket too. Not for high end stuff, but for marinated tips, chicken, etc.

I'm pretty obsessed with it. Wife's weirded out.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby K-G » Tue Jul 19, 2011 10:00 am

Might've been talked about before but I'm not going back to look.

Buddy brought the Budweiser tips from McKinnons in Danvers to my house a couple weeks ago and they were phenomenal.
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Re: Lugnutz/Boston's food thread

Postby AY » Thu Jul 21, 2011 12:19 pm

tballa55 wrote:
Spencer Pratt wrote:How many pounds of short ribs would you get out of a normal sized cow?


Best question ever asked on this board. Waiting for Lugz to google some bullshit answer.


Just came across the below quote and thought of this.

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Did you know: the average cow should yield about 38% to 44% edible beef, or a good 460 pounds' worth. That's a lot of steaks!
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