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  • racertrader
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    • Jan 2016
    • 27

    Beef rib bones

    Afternoon all...prepping my rib roast (waiting on the dry brine), and now I have my bones (plus a little meat on the fat cap). Now what? Should I roast them, or make a thin gravy? I tried to find the gravy recpe MH mentions, but didn't have any luck. Thanks
  • racertrader
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    • Jan 2016
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    #2
    ....and never mind. just found the recipe. Is this a great place or what? :-)

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    • racertrader
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      • Jan 2016
      • 27

      #3
      ....but if I did roast them, any suggestions? :-)

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      • ecowper
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          Eric Cowperthwaite aka ecowper

        #4
        What I normally do is cut most of the meat off the bones (I use that to make hash on Dec 26th). Then I broil the bones (or hit them with direct heat on the grill if I’m doing something there). Once I have a great Maillard reaction on all the sides of the bones, I use them for making my gravy ....... once the gravy is made, I save the bones for the dogs.

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        • lonnie mac
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          Poor dogs don't get no meat!

        • ecowper
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          lonnie mac they seem to be totally happy with those bones brother
      • lonnie mac
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        #5
        I usually just throw them back on the grill a bit. Not caring about med-rare at that point. I want some crunch. Usually when I am done gnawing on a bone the ant's don't even want nothing to do with it.

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        • racertrader
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          • Jan 2016
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          #6
          thanks guys...good tips. I ended up roasting them.

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