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Sneak Peek: NEW RECIPE - "Thor's Hammer" Tacos

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    Sneak Peek: NEW RECIPE - "Thor's Hammer" Tacos

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    Thor's Hammer Tacos, by Sterling "Big Poppa" Ball

    LINK: https://amazingribs.com/thors-hammer-tacos/

    The aptly named "Thor’s Hammer", a beef shank that has an extended bone that has been Frenched (i.e. the meat has been cut away to expose the bone) to create the handle of the “hammer", is gaining momentum across social media along with the likes of the "tomahawk ribeye" and the "dino" beef ribs.

    And leave it to our good friend Sterling “Big Poppa” Ball to take an already outstanding cut and make it even more epic with his latest creation, Thor’s Hammer Tacos!
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    Did someone say TACOS!!!!!!!!!!!

    Big Poppa Ball must have asked himself “What should I do with these Beef shanks?” And then thought….”Tacos are the answer!!!”

    thanks for sharing!

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    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      Tacos usually are the answer.

    • hoovarmin
      hoovarmin commented
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      I knew this one would flush you out of your hiding place, 😂

    #3
    I was expecting to see the Thor's hammer, you need to show that monster. I've seen them in HEB but did a hard pass. You're buying a roast and a ton of bone. Cool looking but not very practical. Regardless, that looks like the making of some killer tacos. Are we ready to serve yet? Got any corn tortillas?


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    • surfdog
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      Much like the tomahawk ribeyes…you’re paying extra for more bone and less meat. (Per pound) I just don’t get it.

    • DogFaced PonySoldier
      DogFaced PonySoldier commented
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      You're right, I thought the same thing! I expected to see "Thor's Hammer" and I didn't. What a jip! Still looks like a great recipe, though!

    • Huskee
      Huskee commented
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      surfdog It's a trend. Me, I'm with you, I would prepare this recipe with pulled chuck myself. Why spend the extra money, like you mention, if the finished product just gets shredded, aside from photo ops pre & during the cook.

    #4
    What is your guess? 40% bone? Kind of how I view brisket.

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    • Huskee
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      You might be buying the wrong brisket

    #5
    Looks damn good. I was checking out some beef shanks at Porter Road, but I have too much stuff backed up already.

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      #6
      Wow that's a taco feast!

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        #7
        Yeah, I could destroy that.
        Note to self…need to cook up some beef tacos soon.

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