Jeremiah Weed braised short rib.

First of all apologies that the pic isn’t up to my usual quality, the nights seem to be drawing in with such speed, one minute it was lovely and sunny, the next almost pitch dark. But this little recipe is a good one that I wanted to get out to you guys anyway.

I used a dry competition rub on these lovely short ribs, but use a shop bought or homemade rub too, and smoked them for 4 hours at 120 deg C. I then popped them on a deep baking tray and poured over a bottle of Jeremiah Weed Sour Mash Brew covered with foil and popped into the oven for another 2 hours to braise in the bourbon flavoured beverage.

The results were outstanding, lovely moist meat that pulled into lovely long strands, a smoky savoury bark, and the flavours from the Jeremiah Weed vanilla and spice subtly adding a lovely complexity to the meat.

What else would you drink this with but a jam jar of Sour Mash Brew.

 

10 responses to this post.

  1. Mouthwatering, even if night is closing in.

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  2. Did you braise at the same temp to Marcus? Looks amazing.

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  3. Amazing crust on those ribs 🙂

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  4. Sounds terrific 😉

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  5. Marcus, I’m coming to the conclusion that you live in the wrong country. LOL We’ve not made anything like as much use of our BBQ as I would have liked, this year. There’s always some reason not to get it set up, as in “it might rain”, or “it’s not economical” or “it’ll be easier not to”. *sigh* Hey ho. I’ll just have to work out how to get the thing going myself, I’ve decided!

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