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Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 01:51
by Gulyás
Mr. C.W.

I hate to ask question here, but since it came up anyway....
I was just thinking to make this ribs, because I love it.
Sometimes I can't buy nice ribs with thin bones, I have to get the honky-tonky, (also known as extra meaty baby back ribs), part of it is 1 1/2" to close to 2" thick (40 to 50 mm.)
How long does it take for those ribs to cure in above brine ?
I understand your recipe is 2 days of curing.

Thank you, and just delete this post, because it's a different subject.

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 02:01
by snagman
el Ducko wrote:
ssorllih wrote:You could use a hubcap for holding the chips on the hotplate. :cool:
Oh, yeah! The man's got style!
Wouldn't the hubcap melt ?

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 02:50
by el Ducko
snagman wrote:
el Ducko wrote:
ssorllih wrote:You could use a hubcap for holding the chips on the hotplate. :cool:
Oh, yeah! The man's got style!
Wouldn't the hubcap melt ?
UhOh! These days, hubcaps are plastic, aren't they?
Well, back to the drawing board.
What's that? It's all done in AutoCAD these days?
Somebody pleeezzzeeee HELP! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh! :shock:

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 04:42
by ssorllih
Nancy tells me that if I get too far out of line I will wind up sleeping in the garage and eating out of a hubcap. :shock: :mrgreen: :lol:

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 05:21
by crustyo44
My dear wife tells me that my charcuterie hobby is getting beyond the joke. She seems to hate all fridges and freezers busting at the seams with minced, cubed pork, sausages, containers with cured meats etc etc etc. The list is never ending.
I just puff myself up and show her who is BOSS in our house. Correct??????????

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 05:33
by sawhorseray
crustyo44 wrote:Ross,
My dear wife tells me that my charcuterie hobby is getting beyond the joke. She seems to hate all fridges and freezers busting at the seams with minced, cubed pork, sausages, containers with cured meats etc etc etc. The list is never ending.
I just puff myself up and show her who is BOSS in our house. Correct??????????
Make her some chickens! Chicken sausage, smoked whole chickens, doesn't matter, women love chicken and seem to feel it's less fattening tha pork. Personally, my gal feels that charcuterie if far less expensive than me being on a golf course and then slumped over a bar-stool afterwards with my buddies just waiting till I'm so goobered up that the drive home could land me in jail. Oh yeah, sausage ain't so bad! RAY

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:58
by crustyo44
Hi Ray,
I will have a go at these smoked chickens, I just have to find a shop that sells 7UP.
She doesn't realise that it is much more expensive to take up claybird shooting again.

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 14:23
by ssorllih
On Monday I seasoned some chicken leg meat as for chaurice sausage and during the week stirred it a few times. Last night I combined a quart of that meat with a quart of mixed chopped veggies ,carrot, parsnip, onion, bell pepper, celery. Put in a baking dish with a pint of stock and got this; Image

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 15:37
by Gulyás
It looks very good/nice Ross. I'm sure it taste good too.

Posted: Sun Oct 21, 2012 18:36
by ssorllih
Better picture: Image

Posted: Thu Oct 25, 2012 17:15
by Jarhead
Gulyás wrote:When my cabinet is ready, I'll be making all kind of sausages, but now I have to clean leaves by the train loads.
Best Wishes Joe.
Joe, I'm a pullin' fur ya buddy.
I still lookin' fur some leaves to rake out here in So Cal.
So far all I have found is this. :shock:


Keep yer stick on the ice and in yer pants. :lol:

Posted: Fri Oct 26, 2012 23:17
by el Ducko
While waiting for Gunny to tell us where that sighting took place, I made some of BlackRiver's "Texas Smoky Links." The test patty was great! I hung 'em in the sausage-N-Keg-O-rator and will wait a day or two for the flavors to meld, then smoke with mesquite or with live oak off the property. :mrgreen:

...while I'm waiting for my BactoFerm LHP to arrive. Gotta pass the time somehow. Gunny won't casually reveal the location of such a sighting to just anybody. It would be mobbed. :lol:

Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 01:01
by Jarhead
Mr Duck, it's was up there where your cousins are at.
Ya know, Donald and Daffy?
If ya look real close to the monitor, ya can see Goofy in the reflection.


Posted: Sat Oct 27, 2012 04:49
by el Ducko
I was just noticing how amazing the artwork is, these days. The things you can do with an airbrush... Why, those shorts look incredibly... uh... :shock:

Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 05:35
by WaterBo
So Mr. Barry Bryner AKA Chuckwagon where where you when this was happening?

By Chuck Gates and Wil Grey, Staff Writers
Published: Thursday, Feb. 23 1989 12:00 a.m. MST

Carbon County Sheriff Barry Bryner is probably feeling like a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.

Since Wednesday morning, Bryner, 40, has been charged with two crimes, including one felony; has been stripped of his peace officer powers, and has been called to face the Carbon County Commission which wants to suspend him and withhold his pay.Not to mention, he also faces permanent decertification from Peace Officers Standards and Training, the state department that certifies law enforcement officers, for other alleged misconduct.

Bryner's tumultuous career took another strange twist Wednesday when POST stripped him of his law enforcement powers - the first time POST has taken such an action. It was a temporary measure short of permanent decertification.

Meanwhile, the Carbon County Commission called a special session for 8 p.m. Thursday to suspend Bryner without pay and to appoint a temporary acting sheriff, said County Clerk Norm Prichard. Prichard said the meeting will be an open session.

According to Carbon County Commissioner William Krompel, the sheriff can be removed only for malfeasance in office or conviction of a criminal act. The suspension and withholding of pay is an interim step until the criminal charges against Bryner are resolved.

Bryner was arrested after leading several officers on a chase between Helper and Price early Wednesday and then holding officers at bay for nearly two hours before being subdued.

Bryner, who is being held in his room under armed guard, is listed in fair condition at Castleview Hospital with minor injuries. He was expected to be released Thursday.

Charges of failure to respond to an officer's signal to stop, a third-degree felony; and DUI, a Class B misdemeanor, were filed against him Wednesday in connection with the incident. He was to be arraigned Thursday afternoon on those charges before 7th Circuit Court Judge Bryce K. Bryner, according to the Carbon County attorney's office.

POST Director Clyde Palmer said Bryner's powers will remain suspended as long as he is perceived as a risk to the community. "This had to be done. He's getting too dangerous . . . ." said Palmer of the administrative action taken by POST.

POST is already reviewing whether Bryner should continue his job based on earlier complaints by Carbon County commissioners, residents and sheriff's office personnel accusing him of mishandling his duties, including having an affair with a dispatcher.

Bryner's attorney, Ronald J. Yengich, has until March 24 to file a brief with the administrative law judge hearing his case, after which the judge will recommend to POST officials, who will decide whether to force Bryner out of office. Bryner's latest troubles will not be considered in the decision.

They, however, will be the focus of a second administrative review involving the failure to respond and DUI charges - if, that is, Bryner chooses to contest POST's latest action.

"This is kind of like a new case," Palmer said, drawing the analogy to someone who is out on bail for one crime and commits another.

Wednesday's incident began about 2:36 a.m. when Price police officer Charlotte Sawyer observed a car being driven erratically on Main Street. When Sawyer attempted to pull the car over, the driver instead increased speed and tried to flee. The Price officer was joined by Carbon County sheriff's deputies, Wellington officers, and Utah Highway Patrol troopers during the 14-minute chase.

The car drove southeast through nearby Wellington before it spun around in the road and reversed direction. Officers continued the pursuit back toward Price when the driver apparently lost control just south of the city and the car skidded over a steep embankment, coming to rest in heavy brush. The driver crawled out of the vehicle and fled into a nearby wooded area.

About 10 officers and deputies surrounded the area. Chief Deputy Sheriff Jerald Cowan said Bryner talked to the officers although they could not see him well. Cowan was allowed to walk to the area where Bryner was hiding and the two began talking. Cowan said Price Police Chief Aleck Shilaos surprised Bryner and the two men subdued Bryner.

During the chase, a license plate check revealed that the vehicle was Bryner's unmarked car. After being subdued, Bryner was arrested and taken to the hospital for treatment and observation.

Only last week, Bryner, who has admitted to lies and sexual misconduct, was expelled from the Utah Sheriff's Association and encouraged to resign.

"The Utah Sheriff's Association will not tolerate the degradation of this office by any member. We abhor his admitted actions," said Duchesne County Sheriff Clair Poulson, association president.

Bryner's trouble began last March when a state-appointed team launched a management audit after controversy erupted over his hiring and firing practices. Although the audit report concluded that while law enforcement in Carbon County was "unfortunate," it did not suggest the sheriff be removed from office.

Palmer said complaints about the sheriff's office continued, however, prompting POST's investigation.

Bryner blamed his problems on the fact his opponent in the 1986 sheriff's race was Charles Semken, brother of County Commissioner Lee Semken.>