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    Braised Ribs

    Last week I got some ribs from Sloanes via Passion Delivery.

    I did the regular BBQ with one batch but thought I'd braise a set as it's been yonks since I've done it.

    First I made the stereotypical "holy trinity", of onion, carrots and celery, to which I added some garlic.

    Next the ribs:



    Cut them up and season with simple old S & P....



    Brown them off, it took me two batches...getting ready to deglaze...



    deglaze and bring the veggies to the party.....I let them go for about 3 minutes to soften them up a touch.



    Add your braising liquid, in this case beef broth, water and more cabernet. I also added a couple of sprigs of rosemary and a tablespoon of tomato paste.




    I'm going to let time go for about 2 hours then check. I'm guessing about 3 to finish to where the meat is falling off the bone.

    Gravy from the sauce over mashed potatoes with salad is the plan.

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    Looks good you fat bastard.

    Baked or fried potatoes would be better but fill us in, not only yourself about the cuisine outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    Baked or fried potatoes would be better
    I'm going to make gravy from the braising sauce to top the taters.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy
    but fill us in, not only yourself about the cuisine outcome.
    Will do.

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    Looks good you fat bastard.
    I'm not a bastard, that's what my mom told me.....

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    I know your not but your creation is very interesting!

    Keep up the good work mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Looks good you fat bastard.

    Baked or fried potatoes would be better but fill us in, not only yourself about the cuisine outcome.


    Always mash with a braise LT.
    It's a one handed, fork only meal....

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    Those look good! My wife has been roasting ribs in the toaster oven lately and that sure works out well. About 3 hours at 125 C and they turn out perfect every time. You can throw in some vegis and potatoes about half way through as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99
    It's a one handed, fork only meal....
    Fork Off

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    Quote Originally Posted by thailazer
    My wife has been roasting ribs in the toaster oven lately and that sure works out well.
    We do the same, but sometimes finish them on the grill if I've got the time.

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    My mates wife does em in a pressure cooker and the meat literally falls of the bone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen
    My mates wife does em in a pressure cooker and the meat literally falls of the bone
    I saw the results of an explosion of one, the guy cooking was splashed with boiling water from his stomach to his knees..I'm scared shitless of them.

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    The finished product....



    The meat is just falling off the bones.....




    However, made two mistakes......

    I should have added some peppercorns to the sauce as well as bay leaf.

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    That picture looks like shit....

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    Try a white plate next time,looks like charcoal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Hornblower View Post
    Try a white plate next time.
    It would still look like shit...

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    Nice one Tops.

    Might do that next time. Though it's very hard to give up the slowbaked for a few hours then basted with soy sauce and honey and grilled to burn method.

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    It does look a tad over-cooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    It would still look like shit...
    Looking forward to seeing something you've cooked, Jeff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    It does look a tad over-cooked
    It's dark from the wine.....

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    I always say its taste that matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme
    It would still look like shit...
    You're the teakdoor expert on shit, I've got to give you that.


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    That would be a interesting Thread Scat recipes.

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    I'll drive over and pick up a plate in order to give a fair, independent review.

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    To Late Luigi the dogs got yours

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    The spuds look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    I'll drive over and pick up a plate in order to give a fair, independent review.
    There's leftovers....

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna
    The spuds look good.
    A bit of butter, cream and cheese in the mix.

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    Here you go...

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