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    i love food, i love trying new things and different cultures but i cant eat like raw raw meat.

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    WELL, I delayed joining this thread - active in another 'diner' forum on a classical music website (BOY, could I drag plenty of posts from there!) - BUT, since I've retired now 2+ years & updated our porch and outside gas grill (Weber), now I'm called upon to grill at least once a week!

    Tonight, I did some Baby Back Pork Ribs - cut a full rack 'about' in half and applied a rub (Memphis rub from a recipe in Raichlen's Barbecue Bible) - also used a recipe from the same book to cook the ribs (this is my third try in adjusting the amount of 'heat' desired which is different for myself & wife) - below is a pic of the results - half rack of grilled & hickory smoked ribs w/ a tart homemade cole slaw - for me a Pinot Noir wine (beer would have been better); wife choose a beer (local IPA brewery) - also attached is a file of both the rub & the cooking directions - wife's half rack was thicker, so only took about 45 minutes - mine a half hour - SO, if you like this recipe, test the 'heat-ness' over several trials and also the cooking time. Dave

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    You're drinking one of my favorite wines: La Crema! Dinner looks good, Dave! ...or if that isn't your own pic, whoever is drinking that wine, it's one of my favs!

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    Those ribs look great.....one of my favs actually!

    I do mine Chinese style in a BBQ sauce......now I'm hungry!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    You're drinking one of my favorite wines: La Crema! Dinner looks good, Dave! ...or if that isn't your own pic, whoever is drinking that wine, it's one of my favs!
    Hi Carol - wife & I have been 'foodies' for decades, plus I have NOW a small wine cellar (maxed out @ 700+ bottles in the late 80s/90s) - my favorite 'red' wine at the moment is Pinot Noir - purchased now mainly from CA & Oregon (no longer buy the Burgundy wines - too expensive & hard to pic in my area - use to have a nice collection of these Frenchies) - SO, La Crema is a nice valued PNoir and I order the wine often in a restaurant or buy locally - just picked up a few bottles @ my local Harris Teeter w/ a $6 reduction in price/bottle - the ribs were GREAT - juicy and w/ heat! Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by giradman View Post
    Hi Carol - wife & I have been 'foodies' for decades, plus I have NOW a small wine cellar (maxed out @ 700+ bottles in the late 80s/90s) - my favorite 'red' wine at the moment is Pinot Noir - purchased now mainly from CA & Oregon (no longer buy the Burgundy wines - too expensive & hard to pic in my area - use to have a nice collection of these Frenchies) - SO, La Crema is a nice valued PNoir and I order the wine often in a restaurant or buy locally - just picked up a few bottles @ my local Harris Teeter w/ a $6 reduction in price/bottle - the ribs were GREAT - juicy and w/ heat! Dave
    That sounds excellent, Dave! Your wine cellar sounds quite impressive--but will you ever be able to drink all that wine, or will you need some help? We can all come over and help you on that!

    My husband and I spent some time in Glacier and Yellowstone national Park and drank a lot of the local wines there. Gosh they were very good reds. Nice and smooth! Loved it with my elk stroganoff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    Those ribs look great.....one of my favs actually! I do mine Chinese style in a BBQ sauce......now I'm hungry!!
    Hi Leelai - SO many options w/ ribs - these tonight were juicy & peppery - next time I'll 'kick down' the heat a little for both of us - I like ribs dry and Susan a little moist so a lot of decisions for me to make - maybe I should become a frequent visitor to this thread? Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by giradman View Post
    Hi Leelai - SO many options w/ ribs - these tonight were juicy & peppery - next time I'll 'kick down' the heat a little for both of us - I like ribs dry and Susan a little moist so a lot of decisions for me to make - maybe I should become a frequent visitor to this thread? Dave
    I haven't had a rib yet that I didn't like......I lean more to the moist side, especially with a nice sauce.

    Sounds like a good plan Dave to become a frequent visitor.....especially if you bring those recipes with you!

    And now I really need to go find myself something to eat, all this thinking of ribs has made me very hungry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey View Post
    That sounds excellent, Dave! Your wine cellar sounds quite impressive--but will you ever be able to drink all that wine, or will you need some help? We can all come over and help you on that!

    My husband and I spent some time in Glacier and Yellowstone national Park and drank a lot of the local wines there. Gosh they were very good reds. Nice and smooth! Loved it with my elk stroganoff!
    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    I haven't had a rib yet that I didn't like......I lean more to the moist side, especially with a nice sauce.

    Sounds like a good plan Dave to become a frequent visitor.....especially if you bring those recipes with you!

    And now I really need to go find myself something to eat, all this thinking of ribs has made me very hungry!
    Hi you two! My 'Wine Cellar' is now down to about 10 cases (Susan was no longer interested & we had fewer people over), BUT still some nice ones to drink. I'll plan to revisit this thread - seems to be getting more interest than my other one! Thanks for the comments - Dave
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    Well, I left a 'nice' thread (prejudiced I guess - ) in the Travel Forum HERE about a recent trip to the far eastern end of Long Island, New York - I've had no responses (little traffic despite my 3 posts w/ pics); BUT, for those interested in FOOD - take a look @ my second post - if you like shellfish, then you'll be wanting to go there, if in the vicinity! Dave
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