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Old 06-17-2014, 09:59 PM   #11
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Well, although I didn't go to the cabin, that meant I had a full weekend to cook. And since my brother and his family are in town and came over for dinner last night, I decided to go forward anyway.

I bought ~4# of beautiful marbled bone-in short ribs from Whole Foods. I seasoned them in salt & pepper, then put them as-is into the bath for 48 hours at 149 degrees. I figured there was enough fat that I wouldn't need to add any additional fat or sauce in the bag. After cooking, the meat had pulled back from the bone significantly, so I just sliced it away from the bone, and seared it in grapeseed oil. My wife made a simple red wine reduction (not using the bag juices), and we served it with a salad.

The result was perfection. The fat rendered, the collagen melted, and I had the most moist, tender, beefy short ribs I've ever eaten.

I will be doing this again.

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Old 07-03-2014, 05:44 AM   #12
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Okay, just ordered 8# this time, and I'll be doing this over the weekend. I'll try to take pics this time!

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Here we go! Started last night at 5 PM.

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Well, I took some more pictures, but again forgot the finished product :banghead:

However, the meal was very well received.

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Well, I took some more pictures, but again forgot the finished product :banghead:

However, the meal was very well received.
Very nice, we do our ribs a bit different here in the south but I would still go to town on those!
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