Ribs Cooking Instructions

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Dinner: September 17
Dinner: September 17
Jon came over tonight with four recipes to cook. His boyfriend does not eat lamb, and so Jon was itching to cook his own recipe for spicy lamb sausage. From other sources, he culled together recipes, or as he likes to call them "guidelines," for us to cook. We had nice conversations about Slow Food, the beginnings of Pansy Division, and McCain/Obama. Tuscan Kale with Anchovies, Golden Raisins & Pine Nuts 2 tbl sp gold raisins 2 bunches Tuscan kale, ribs removed 1.5 tbl sp pine nuts 3 tbl sp olive oil 2 garlic cloves, minced pinch of het red chile flakes 4 anchovy filets, minced kosher salt Instructions: Put the raisins in a small bowl and cover with warn water. Set aside to plump for 30 minutes, then drain. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Add the kale and boil until tender, 5-6 minutes. Drain and rinse under cold running water to stop the cooking. Drain again and queeze dry. Chop Coarsely. (Oops, we didn't do the last three steps...) Preheat oven to 325. Toast the pine nuts on a small baking sheet until golden, about 10 minutes. Let cool. Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over moderately low heat. Add the garlic and the chile flakes. Saute until the garlic is fragrant, about 1 minute. Remove the skillet from the heat, let it cool for a minute, then add the anchovies. Stir until they dissolve in the warmth of the skillet. Return the skillet to moderately low heat and add the kale, drained raisins, toasted pine nuts and salt to taste. Cook, stirring, until all the ingredients are well distributed and the greens are hot throughout. Serve immediately. Saffron Potatoes Ingredients: Pinch of saffron threads, about 15 1 1/4 cups of water 2lb medium potatoes 1/2 stick butter (1/4 cup) unsalted 1/2 tsp salt 1/4 tsp black pepper Crumble saffron threads into water. Peel potatoes and cut crosswise into 3/4 inch-thick slices. Rinse potatoes well and pat dry between paper towels. Heat butter in a 12-inch nonstick skillet over moderately high heat until foam subsides, then brown potatoes in one layer, turning over carefully, about four minutes per side. Add saffron-infused water, salt, and pepper and briskly simmer, uncovered, over moderate heat, 5 minutes. Reduce heat to moderately low and simmer until potatoes are tender and the water is evaporated, about 15 to 20 minutes more. Jon's Spicy Lamb Sausage 1/2 lb ground lamb 1/2 chopped onion 2 garlic cloves salt, pepper 1 bay leaf chopped cilantro 1 chopped tomatoe mint leaves 2 chopped pasilla peppers a light amount of oil- 1 tsp The small amount of oil is because lamb sausage can be a bit oil itself. Heat the pan up hot, add oil, add ground lamb, break it up. Bring down to low heat. When it starts browning, add all other ingredients. Lemony Mint Punch 1/2 cup sugar 10 sprigs mint juice of 4 lemons 1 quart gingerale mint sprigs or scented pelargonium leaves for garnish. Combine the sugar and water in a saucepan and heat, stirring over medium-high heat until the sugar dissolves. Off heat, add the mint. Cover the pan and steep for 2 minutes, then chill in the refridgerator. When ready to serve, pour the liquid into a 2 quart pitcher, discarding the mint sprigs. Add the lemon juice and ginger ale. Serve over ice and garnish each serving with a mint sprig. Woah. I will definitely try the lemon mint punch and the sausage again. also the kale. the potatoes were also really good, but the saffron was not so apparent- not even a hint of it, actually- and it was just brown buttered potatoes. Nothing to scoff at- just nothing amazing.
Mmmmm… ribs.
Mmmmm… ribs.
My new smoker (a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker, the 22"-diameter model) arrived on Friday, and I couldn't wait to fire it up this weekend. Figured I'd start with something that wouldn't be an 18-hour cook, so I fired up a few chickens (one to pull, one to carve up and freeze) and these two racks of dry-rubbed, Moxie-glazed pork back ribs. Turned into about a 5 1/2 hour smoke. I used mesquite chunks and some Jack Daniel's barrel chips left over from last year (yeah, yeah, I know. Mesquite is a Texas thing, pork… isn't. But that's what I had left from last season.) Here's the recipe for the Moxie glaze I used with these: Moxie Barbecue Sauce Ingredients 1 L Bottle of Moxie 1 c. ketchup 1/3 c. orange juice 1/3 c. honey 1/3 c. bourbon 1 tbl. red wine vinegar 1 tbl. Worcestershire Sauce 1 tsp. onion powder 1 tsp. smoked paprika 1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. dry mustard black pepper Instructions In a large saucepan, reduce the Moxie until only 1 c. of liquid remains. Add remaining ingredients, simmer for 10 minutes, and use.

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