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Old July 8, 2015   #16
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This ones even worse if you can imagine such a thing.
Bacon.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL2ynLcdLnw
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Might as well add this to the section too.
They are cured pork rib eyes.
I cured them yesterday and over night and cooked them today.
I used.
2 tablespoons sugar cure.
2 tablespoons garlic powder.
2 tablespoons sugar.
1 teaspoon of dried mustard.
1 teaspoon ground black pepper.

Mix the dry ingredients and totally cover the 3 pieces of meat about 3/4 a pound in the mix and put in a covered bowl fin the refrigerator or about 14 hours.
Take out and rinse with cold water put in bowl and let soak in cold water for an hour then repeat this step one more time.
Set out and pat dry.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees and put some olive oil in the bottom of a cast iron skillet and place the steaks in the skillet after you have rolled them in the oil.
sprinkle some brown sugar on the top side and place in the oven.
let cook for 30 minutes and then flip over turn the heat up to 450 and put about 4 table spoons of honey on the steaks and let cook for around 15 more minutes.

At this time the honey sugar and moisture in the pan should be foaming.
Set out and plate, then pour the remaining juices over the steaks.
It beats any ham you have ever had.
At least I think so.


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What is a pigs eye? Your meats look delicious. Got to try the summer sausage for sure!
I just need an electric smoker. Don't like my cheap,baby smoker.
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What is a pigs eye? Your meats look delicious. Got to try the summer sausage for sure!
I just need an electric smoker. Don't like my cheap,baby smoker.
Do you mean Pork rib eye.
It is the same cut of meat called a rib eye in beef but from the pig.
Called Texas Rib eyes.

I just scored some thick fatty steaks from the butt roast I am going to cook tonight.
$1.97 a pound, you cant beat that.
Maybe $3.00 for supper $6.00 including the wine.

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Bumping this back to the top.
I have a hankering for some homemade Slim Jims maybe next weekend.
I had no idea how I made the killer summer sausage and here is the recipe.
This was back before I had the monster meat grinder.
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Freezing rain here the past couple days so a friend and I got together and stuffed
some sausages. Maple apple breakfast links, bratwurst, pepperoni, chirizo, hot and sweet Italian sausage. But I forgot to take pics. These recipes are for fresh so they need consumed within 3 days or frozen.
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