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jason73

fuck off. i got work to do
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Jan 15, 2015
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LoL I can just imagine all the old dudes shootin' the shit talking about grown man shit while the young guys whip out some fucking lunchables and the juice box while watching tiktok vids through lunch...

You can always try one of these bad boys...

my neighbor has one of those
 

Dick Niaz

"Be available for life to happen" - Bill Murray
Jan 14, 2018
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Tomorrow, this 4.75lbs of pork belly will become my bitch. Burnt ends coming. Stay tuned.9BBC6471-65C8-41D9-9D7F-85923872E85E.jpeg
 

Dick Niaz

"Be available for life to happen" - Bill Murray
Jan 14, 2018
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wow
very cool

is that all of the 4.75 in that pan?
what seasoning exactly?
what do you eat it on? other than just straight?
I normally make my own rubs and sauces but I wanted to try some that I had heard good things about. That is the entire 4.75lbs in the pan (significantly cooked down from the pre-cook first pic). Started the process using hot sauce as a binder and Kosmos’s Killer Honey Bee rub. The pic with the pan was after 2.5hrs of smoke and another 2hrs in the pan covered in foil with butter, honey, and Smoky Apple bbq sauce. After that, I put them in a fresh pan with a mixture of some more of that bbq sauce and Apple Cherry Habanero Rib Candy uncovered to let the glaze tack up.
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Rambo John J

Made A Billy Goat Puke
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I normally make my own rubs and sauces but I wanted to try some that I had heard good things about. That is the entire 4.75lbs in the pan (significantly cooked down from the pre-cook first pic). Started the process using hot sauce as a binder and Kosmos’s Killer Honey Bee rub. The pic with the pan was after 2.5hrs of smoke and another 2hrs in the pan covered in foil with butter, honey, and Smoky Apple bbq sauce. After that, I put them in a fresh pan with a mixture of some more of that bbq sauce and Apple Cherry Habanero Rib Candy uncovered to let the glaze tack up.
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amazing
thanks for the details

preferred way to eat them?
 

MyWifeYellsJAKEPAULinBed

Actually Has Peaches Out in Georgia (Not a Liar)
Sep 8, 2015
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I “stomped the yard” tonight.
EEB68358-E70D-4E61-944B-21B6E3CD2EA5.jpegPork tenderloin
Rice
Black beans
Cilantro
Pickled onions
Pickled Serrano peppers
Tapatio

These are the types of bold flavours you only get North of the border!
 

ThatOneDude

Commander in @Chief, Dick Army
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Jan 14, 2015
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I normally make my own rubs and sauces but I wanted to try some that I had heard good things about. That is the entire 4.75lbs in the pan (significantly cooked down from the pre-cook first pic). Started the process using hot sauce as a binder and Kosmos’s Killer Honey Bee rub. The pic with the pan was after 2.5hrs of smoke and another 2hrs in the pan covered in foil with butter, honey, and Smoky Apple bbq sauce. After that, I put them in a fresh pan with a mixture of some more of that bbq sauce and Apple Cherry Habanero Rib Candy uncovered to let the glaze tack up.
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Killer Bee is my favorite pork rub.
 

digthisbigcrux

Dreams are free, motherfucker
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Jan 17, 2015
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See above. No boil meat in plastic bags, bro.

you don't boil with sous vide. prime NY strip in sous vide for 2.5 hours at 129 degrees (Fahrenheit for you Canadian fucks), then seared on the big green egg for a minute per side is perfection. Meat is uniformly cooked and the fat is rendered to perfection..