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[Costco] HOT! St. Louis cut side ribs $15 off/pack, all Canadian locations

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Mar 6, 2015
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2066 wrote: RFD Effect!!



We prefer to be called RFDers not Hoarders



Why risk spoiled meat when you need to move a butt load of meat you don't limit quantity.... This isn't a sale to be nice to you, it's to dump supply.



My first pack is rubbed and going on smoker this afternoon!!
You wouldn't be saying that if your Costco was out of stock because some people decided to buy two carts of ribs and you had to drive to the next closest Costco.
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Oct 30, 2006
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Paper towels and toilet paper are more essential than ribs. I'd understand why they'd limit the former but not the latter.

That said, I couldn't find any today, and it's likely because of those buying them by the cart.
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Jun 11, 2016
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djmilesno1 wrote: Just had some for dinner, they were superb!

Dry rub (brown sugar, lots of spices) for 24 hours, then 3 hours in the oven at 275F, then smother in BBQ sauce and 5-10 mins under the broiler.
24 hours... yikes. here's hoping you didnt dry out the meat.
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mybadreligon wrote: With dry rub...?
Poster mentioned "...and spices"... depending on the amount of salt (if used) then yes its possible.
I've had the unfortunate experience of having BBQ from an salt heavy griller...when your tongue burns and lips start to chap it ain't a pleasant experience.

Ive once seen a snow plow installed on a Chevette once so I now never assume anything...
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Jan 21, 2019
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KravenHead wrote: 24 hours... yikes. here's hoping you didnt dry out the meat.
KravenHead wrote: Poster mentioned "...and spices"... depending on the amount of salt (if used) then yes its possible.
I've had the unfortunate experience of having BBQ from an salt heavy griller...when your tongue burns and lips start to chap it ain't a pleasant experience.

Ive once seen a snow plow installed on a Chevette once so I now never assume anything...
Not too much salt. I did one rack, and used 1/3 cup of brown sugar, and 2 teaspoons of salt, paprika, pepper and a sprinkle of chilli flakes.

Was possibly the juiciest ribs I’ve had in some time. Super happy with the result!
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djmilesno1 wrote: and a sprinkle of chilli flakes.
That's interesting..,never ever considered using it. Thanks for the tip.

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