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    Bourbon n BBQ marinaded Ribs

    Decided to pick up some ribs and pork belly in Tops today.



    Then spotted the Lobo BBQ powder mix... why not give it a try?



    Mix in 1/2 a cup of water and then lather yer ribs in it? Screw that! Bourbon time!



    So chucked in 3 shots of Jimmy Beamer, added some paprika, garlic powder and rosemary, mixed it up, and lathered the ribs n pork belly.






    Plan is to wrap them in tinfoil, slow bake for 60 minutes at 100 degrees C.

    Then bang 'em under the grill until burned.

    Though I could be convinced of other methods...

    To be served with stir-fried noodles.


    Noe it's time to pop out n buy 6 btls of beer while they're in the fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
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    Pork Belly?

    I have never heard that term and is it actually an"inner" pork product?

    Looks very fatty to me.

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    Dietary staple here.

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    Looking forward to the after pics

    I wonder how the 'Lobo' seasoning mix will turn out. I have only ever tried one and I wasn't impressed.

    Will just an hour in the oven be enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic View Post
    Looking forward to the after pics

    I wonder how the 'Lobo' seasoning mix will turn out. I have only ever tried one and I wasn't impressed.

    Will just an hour in the oven be enough?
    I'm wondering about the Lobo seasoning as well. Actually the bourbon sounds as if it might ad the right kind of flavor.

    Need some after cooking pics and a full taste report. I'd hate to try it and find out the seasoning is no good. don't want to waste some good ribs.
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    pork belly i
    Pork Belly?

    I have never heard that term and is it actually an"inner" pork product?

    Looks very fatty to me.
    its exactly this, the fat belly of a pork...
    its the cheapest meat...

    if the "bobo barbeque seasoning all in mix" had have (split) hoofs, it would have made it out of the pan...

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    You can make a nice roast with it


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    If it tastes bad just add more of Beam - like all of the bottle. That should do the trick..

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    It's where moo gob comes from. The nicest food ever? Pad Krapow moo gob? Yes, quite possibly...

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    They do love fried pork belly over here. In fact, I think every body loves it but may not know it.

    Slice it thinly and you get rashers.

    Anyway, I'm not entirely convinced with the lobo crap. Doesn't smell nice.

    Hopefully the bourbon will over power it. This is all experimental.

    Just going into the oven now. The Entree of 6 large Chang Export, a bucket of ice, and half a baguette sliced, toasted and drizzled in olive oil has been served.

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    Well if the Lobo mix does smell like crap now, after 6 large beers I'd imagine it will smell heavenly

    I think with what you have added to it it'll be ok.

    Don't forget the after pics!

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    if the lobo crap smells already bad, then maybe better to wash it off and forget about it...

    wasting expensing jim beam will make it just worse...

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    About to be folded up.



    Looks healthy, eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alitongkat View Post
    wasting expensing jim beam
    Hardly expensing mate.

    Think it was 380b for the liter bottle in Duty Free.


    Now if that isn't value for money I don't know what is.

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    Thats like saying mont Clair wine is good value or drinking your own urine

    should have got some JD

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    Fuck off Kwang.

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    Ive just eaten from that Great American Rib, although i didnt order the ribs as they were 500 friggin baht for half a rack.

    how much did it cost you to knock that up Mao ?

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    Can only guess mate. I don't look at prices for the small stuff in life.

    Figure about 70b each for both the ribs and pork belly. Lobo is about Fuck You baht. Then add the 3 shots of Jimmy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Ive just eaten from that Great American Rib.
    So what did you have and how was it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Pork Belly?
    Your Mrs made it while I was there!
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    It's where moo gob comes from. The nicest food ever? Pad Krapow moo gob? Yes, quite possibly...
    My most favoritest thing in the whole wide world!

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    Burritos, they werent the best. i will put them in the dinner thread

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    Pork belly is the staple diet of people living on council estates, it is 50 percent or more fat, first time I had it I was about 17, the thought of eating pigs belly disgusted me, the thought of allowing so much fat onto my plate disgusted me, fuk it is lovely, nice crisp brown fat with the lovely grease covered meat, have to admit quite often I will just roast up a kilo of pork belly just to snack on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    My most favoritest thing in the whole wide world!
    JizzyB, are you in situ at the mo, as in, in the country?

    If not I'll have one for you on the morra

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    Your Mrs made it while I was there!
    Well there ya go mate. I'm not a kitchen dweller.
    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    My most favoritest thing in the whole wide world!
    I can remember driving around to different restaurants trying to find that dish for you.

    Actually I prefer Pad Kanar Moo Gob.

    Many restaurants don't have Moo Gob on the menu around our way possibly because of all the Muslims that live in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    JizzyB, are you in situ at the mo, as in, in the country?
    No mate still in sunny peckham.
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    If not I'll have one for you on the morra
    yeah, thanks for that you're all heart!

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