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    Slow Baked, Honey Grilled Rack O' Ribs.

    Well I continued on with my rib experiments this weekend after picking up a small (1/2)? rack of pork ribs in Big C today. Only 70 baht would you believe. Perhaps he weighed them wrong.

    I actually begun with a homemade Carbonara dinner (Thai German Meats have got nice, European style rashers now btw, 4 in a pack for about 75b).

    Then stuck these in the oven for 2 hours at 100 degrees C, timed so the oven would Bing just at half time of Man U V Arsenal. Then I started on the beer in anticipation of a right Arsenal 8-2 hammering.



    Threw in a good bit of rosemary and thyme in order to really make the kitchen smell nice.

    Then sprinkled on some pepper and chili powder and most importantly, rubbed on half a shot of Bourbon.

    Then wrapped up the tinfoil and stuck 'em in the oven. 2 hours later. Bing.

    I made up the marinade of paprika, cumin powder, chili powder, salt and pepper, soy sauce and a few big dollops of honey.

    A new client is a bee keeper and keeps me in fresh honey, I have to say that it is about one million times nicer than any store bought stuff. anyway, lather it on after slightly cutting into the meat to let the marinade get in there.



    Now under the very hot grill until it burns.



    Was so tender that I couldn't turn it over without breaking.



    Onto the plate with some sticky rice just in time for the second half.





    Was pretty good...

    For 70b.

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    you had the oven run for 2 hours for 100 grams of meat???

    and it got that black in alu foil???
    oh sorry, saw it now... 2 hours oven and then grill... geez... you lucky, that after that procedure anything was left, actually...

    you have an electricity run oven?

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    I have two Isaan peasants sit under it with some bic lighters.

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    eeeh.... gas or electricity oven?

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    Love spare ribs and so I shouldn't be in here drooling over them .

    Had some a fortnight ago, bit down on a little bit of rib and cracked a tooth. The resulting root canal work and crown is costing me 15,000 baht.

    So....my advice is eat with caution and watch out for the small bones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangyai View Post
    Love spare ribs and so I shouldn't be in here drooling over them .

    Had some a fortnight ago, bit down on a little bit of rib and cracked a tooth. The resulting root canal work and crown is costing me 15,000 baht.

    So....my advice is eat with caution and watch out for the small bones.


    Oh man.

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    They look rather tasty CM. I do like having a proper oven and the one I have now is a convector as well so like having a turbo I may have to follow suit today if they have any down the market this morning.
    I did discover a nice BBQ sauce for those times when you just can't be arsed to mess about knocking one up. You get it from the CP shops that do the frozen foods. Hot BBQ sauce 40 Baht. Very thick and sticky and has a nice tang to it as well.
    Treat everyone as a complete and utter idiot and you can only ever be pleasantly surprised !

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    Quote Originally Posted by alitongkat View Post
    you had the oven run for 2 hours for 100 grams of meat???

    and it got that black in alu foil???
    oh sorry, saw it now... 2 hours oven and then grill... geez... you lucky, that after that procedure anything was left, actually...

    you have an electricity run oven?
    Your an idiot. You have nothing to give apart from criticism. How about you join in in the kitchen with your culinary delights....

    CM cracking job mate. I'll PM you my address for the left overs 55

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Big Fella View Post
    I did discover a nice BBQ sauce for those times when you just can't be arsed to mess about knocking one up. You get it from the CP shops that do the frozen foods. Hot BBQ sauce 40 Baht. Very thick and sticky and has a nice tang to it as well.
    Nice one. I'll have to try and remember to pick one up.

    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic View Post
    CM cracking job mate. I'll PM you my address for the left overs 55
    I'm afraid there was nothing but bone left over.

    And I was quite tempted to try and eat them.

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    Looks good but I would skip the rice with ribs like these you need some nice baked beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by alitongkat View Post
    you had the oven run for 2 hours for 100 grams of meat???

    and it got that black in alu foil???
    oh sorry, saw it now... 2 hours oven and then grill... geez... you lucky, that after that procedure anything was left, actually...

    you have an electricity run oven?
    Your an idiot. You have nothing to give apart from criticism. How about you join in in the kitchen with your culinary delights....

    CM cracking job mate. I'll PM you my address for the left overs 55
    > 1300 posts within 2/3 months, mostly the same.

    "Expat expert", in everything. But nothing to show.

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    That is the best rack of 70bt Big C ribs I've ever seen!

    I might have to put tonight's spag bol on hold.

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    70 Baht ? bloody Hell, that Great american rib company charge 1o times that for a full rack.

    Can you deliver mao ?

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    After a few beers I don't see why not!

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    What temp did you cook them at Mao?

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    3/4 flame



    Quote Originally Posted by Chairman Mao
    I have two Isaan peasants sit under it with some bic lighters.

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    can't see the pics but sounds wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Fresh Prince View Post
    What temp did you cook them at Mao?
    Rubbed in Bourbon and some rosemary and thyme thrown on, wrapped up in foil and 2 hours at 100 degrees C.

    Then unwrapped and basted with the soy sauce and honey mixture (see the OP), and under a hot broiler until it begins to burn. Turn over and do the same. Probably about 5-7 mins per side.

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    I couldn't get any ribs so i'll have to cook them another day.

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    Check out this beast!

    139bt Big C



    It doesn't even fit in the oven properly, gonna have to sqidge it in at an angle.

    And I got some Fountain sauce recommended by AO but just checked his pics and he had the extra smokey version.

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    Seems we all got a different version

    I got this one -



    That's incredible value at 139 baht. I need to stop shopping in Villa so often but its right next to my house so I get lazy.

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    150bt a rack is about right.
    If you go to Foodland to buy them, the butcher will bring out the whole bastard rib cage and you can get them cut to any length - no charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Satonic
    That's incredible value at 139 baht. I need to stop shopping in Villa so often but its right next to my house so I get lazy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Shagnastier
    150bt a rack is about right. If you go to Foodland to buy them, the butcher will bring out the whole bastard rib cage and you can get them cut to any length - no charge.
    First, I think that is the one I have satonic. Just has a nice smoky flavor compared to the sweet Heinz. Fountain at Foodland is under 100 baht I do believe. I will check on Saturday.

    Albert correct you are, we often order a day in advance if we know we will be back. Then you get really prime pork. The butchers at FoodLand are good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one
    Fountain at Foodland is under 100 baht I do believe
    In Big C it said 90bt on the shelf tag but then when she rang it in it was only 60bt.

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    holy shit, go back and buy more. I will buy them from you for a profit of 5 baht a bottle at that price. At the piss up in December. My kids just love it. Another tip try the Praise Italian dressing out of Foodland as well. Finally converted my 14 now 15 year olds to a real nice salad dressing. Not freaking Thousand Island. Again its out of Oz.

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