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Topic: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques

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betarhoalphadelta

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Re: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques
« Reply #714 on: April 02, 2021, 04:04:37 PM »
There's also the cost advantage. When you buy primals or sub-primals, you may end up doing more work but you get *exactly* the cuts you want and you end up paying much less per pound. 

For example if you buy an entire chuck roll, there's a bunch of fun things you can do with it: 


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Re: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques
« Reply #715 on: April 08, 2021, 09:47:33 PM »
Spent the past week in Western Carolina in the mountains.    I almost never eat ham...but for trips to NC.   They have solved the country ham like no other people on earth.  

Had some other delightful bites of the pig this week, plus a fantastic Italian place in ole crunchy Asheville of all places.  

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Re: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques
« Reply #716 on: April 27, 2021, 03:00:09 PM »
I bought bwarbs' recommended Sichuan book. Still haven't made any recipes in it but did make a marinade for pork shoulder out of sot sauce, sesame oil, honey, and doubanjiang, which I special ordered. It's on the grill now smoking now, interested in how it comes out.

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Re: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques
« Reply #717 on: April 30, 2021, 09:27:03 AM »
I bought bwarbs' recommended Sichuan book. Still haven't made any recipes in it but did make a marinade for pork shoulder out of sot sauce, sesame oil, honey, and doubanjiang, which I special ordered. It's on the grill now smoking now, interested in how it comes out.
Well-- how'd it come out?

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Re: CFB 51 Cookbook, equipment discussion, techniques
« Reply #718 on: April 30, 2021, 06:02:09 PM »
Well-- how'd it come out?
It was ok - I split it in half and did the marinade on one and a rub on the other. My grill got too hot, the one with the marinade burnt a bit. I'm not that familiar with the ingredient so not sure if it was that or the honey. I might try again and change up the ratios - it's pretty potent and kind of drowns out the other flavors.

 

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