What's for dinner tonight? Dinner ideas?

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Ok, adult kids were buggin me about doing Fareway brats, so i toldem to GO GET SOME. Lol
So here they are injected as usual. And a bowl of beans.
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catchin some smoke on the Bronson 20.
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A few more minutes, and it'll be done. I get to pull stuff off the grills in the snow!!! YEEEHAAAA
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Ribs came out really good, everyone really liked the Sweet rib rub.
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I meant were you taking them to a TEMP since you had a probe in a rib... but never mind, they turned out great and I can see what you did so no biggie
 

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I meant were you taking them to a TEMP since you had a probe in a rib... but never mind, they turned out great and I can see what you did so no biggie


I know what you meant, i was being a SA 😁 ,The probe was there just for the live feed. I didnt have a set temp in mind.
 

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got it (y)
 

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Timmy gets points for gettin off his @$$ and cookin... I got too lazy today and all I ate was JUNK
 

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Here's both Costco and a Walmart examples

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You don't really notice it unless you look at what is written. You wouldn't think these cuts need that tenderizing

So going along with another current thread talking about 'mechanically tenderized", my question is SIMPLE:
according to the new standards it HAS TO SAY on the label, so if you inspect a label and it DOESN'T say it anywhere, it's safe to assume it's OK?? Because it would be against the law to not label it, correct?

Mechanically Tenderized Beef (usda.gov)
 

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So going along with another current thread talking about 'mechanically tenderized", my question is SIMPLE:
according to the new standards it HAS TO SAY on the label, so if you inspect a label and it DOESN'T say it anywhere, it's safe to assume it's OK?? Because it would be against the law to not label it, correct?

Mechanically Tenderized Beef (usda.gov)
I would agree. If it doesn't specify then it isn't mechanically tenderized. There are probably regulations about it in the US and Canada
The ones I saw at Costco were wrapped by Costco. The cryovac bags weren't labeled that way. The prime ribs I got from our Walmart all had it on their labels.
 
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The ones I saw at Costco were wrapped by Costco.

So is that a loophole!!! Or a possible loophole? Would Costco get their meat in bulk, labeled as tenderized, separate them and just generic label them???? I'm not being a conspirator here, just asking a "what if" rhetorical question...
 

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So is that a loophole!!! Or a possible loophole? Would Costco get their meat in bulk, labeled as tenderized, separate them and just generic label them???? I'm not being a conspirator here, just asking a "what if" rhetorical question...
I believe their 'bulk' is the cryovac meats. They more than likely tenderize in house they do the portioning

 

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Been traveling for work and away from the BBQ Palace. :(

First time back in a while and now it's a small turkey. First try on a Traeger since SWMBO usually handles these indoors in the kitchen.

This one is not stuffed though. 10 more degrees on the breast to go!

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