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Decided to make something nice today, it was in the 80's so it actually feels like summer time. 40 oz Porterhouse from SRF, did a reverse sear. Finished caveman style of course ;)

 

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@MacKenzie I wanted to do beef ribs yesterday but got too late a start to the day. Instead I ended up with Octopus! 
 

Those ribs look tasty. What will you do with the leftovers? Did you just do salt & pepper on them? How long and what temp was the cook?

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@ Troble, no way am I trading your octopus for a rib and I know you know why.:-D :smt046

The ribs were marinated overnight with crushed black pepper and granulated garlic. Grilled for about 5 hours and the temp was about 230F as I remember. 

I am about to warm the rib for dinner and I plan on steaming it in the Vermicular Musui Kamado. Just add 2 or 3 tablespoons of water and maybe 10 min. on low.

 

Here you go leftover rib meat dinner.

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Now I just need a double espresso. :cheers:

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Back bacon, aka, Canadian bacon are roundish and breakfast bacon is in long strips. Now you know the story of bacon and I'm sticking to it. Different cut of pork altogether. :smt003

 

Maple-Cured Canadian Bacon Recipe

If Canadian bacon is really ham, do Canadians just call it bacon? If so,  what do Canadians call 'American' bacon? - Quora

 

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We had been out of town for a week so decided on pork chops for relatively easy dinner. Monster rib chops were available so I used a Jamaican dry jerk rub along with roasted brussels sprouts and mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy. The cast iron pan is a 12" Lodge, for comparison:

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Today was steak day, I’d been a little under the weather the last few days but feeling better today so went and got a nice thick porterhouse
 
cooked at 250 until internal temp got to 110, then rested before searing caveman style. 
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Awesome looking T-bone nicley done

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Went to a party at a friends house today so i cooked a 20 pound pork shoulder, smoked for 19 hours at 235. Also baked a couple loafs of bread so we could make sandwiches ;)

 

And they have a puppy !!!

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