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Old 05-30-2005, 03:41 PM
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Default Pork Brisket Bones - how to cook em? (PICTURES)

I was at wally world today lookin at the spare ribs and noticed a half dozen packs of "pork brisket bones" for dirt cheap. After quick inspection they looked to have ALOT of meat on them and looked at least good enough to slap on the grill and see what happens especially considering the price. I'm gonna 3-2-1 them or maybe even 3-1-1 them to test them. If they come out good, i'm gonna go buy the rest of em.
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Old 05-30-2005, 04:32 PM
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Old 05-30-2005, 04:36 PM
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okay, quick update, they are on the grill right now but I noticed a couple things during prep.

The cartilage bones can easily be trimmed out, and they reside in a layer of fat between two healty slabs of good pork. There is a large breast bone that can not be trimmed out but what I did was slice the trimmed section from the bone section...now each "slab" is two slabs. The bone slab went on the grill first, and the other slab waited about a half hour i guess then went on. I'm starting them on the grill grates, and then will foil them after a crust forms. They sure do SMELL good...
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Old 05-30-2005, 08:50 PM
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And now for the no-so-quick update...

for the money they are damn fine eats. The parts away from the bone actually turn into two half inch thick slabs of very tender juicy meat separated by a thin layer of fat. These pieces we even devoured by my not so carnivorous wife. If not for the 321 method tho, these would have turned out very tough. The part nearest the bone was good for picken and chewing...but there was not much meat there.

For my 5 bucks, I got about 2-3 lbs of good edible meat, and a couple slabs o'bone. Pretty much about par for any ribs. These sure turned out good tho. The slabs would make really good pork bbq sandwiches.







Even Mini-Me devoured it...

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Old 05-31-2005, 12:45 PM
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come on now...so it aint' a smoker...and my kid got some funky glasses...but NOONE's mouth is watering lookin at them fine slabs o'pork?
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Spongebob looks like he is happy to see the good grub!!!!
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Sorry, man. I just had a busy morning. That's some good lookin' meat. If I can ever pick some up on the cheap, I'll remember to look this up.


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JB, that's some good looking pork
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I had several of them this weekend. I did them 3-3-1....prefect. Put them on after all other cooking was done. My heat was going the whole time. Really some good eating on them things.
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