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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #90 on: January 13, 2020, 08:47:50 PM »
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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #91 on: January 13, 2020, 08:50:15 PM »
Some interesting ideas on this thread with good discussion. After reading through all the posts I would absolutely not be surprised if "someone" on here isn't turning the civets they catch into a sandwich spread.  :chuckle:

You have to add the stink sac to the grind pile, or it doesnt count.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #92 on: January 14, 2020, 06:50:23 PM »
Over the past few years Iíve been very interested in finding a good way to use rib meat. I tried Rinellas rib method from the MeatEater cookbook using a pressure cooker to cook down and tenderize the ribs followed by charing on the grill. Steve says these ribs are as good as anything youíve had in a restaurant. Well Steve and I must have a different measure of what makes for good ribs.  So back to the grind pile we go.
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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #93 on: January 15, 2020, 09:09:13 AM »
Over the past few years Iíve been very interested in finding a good way to use rib meat. I tried Rinellas rib method from the MeatEater cookbook using a pressure cooker to cook down and tenderize the ribs followed by charing on the grill. Steve says these ribs are as good as anything youíve had in a restaurant. Well Steve and I must have a different measure of what makes for good ribs.  So back to the grind pile we go.

I absolutely love game ribs hereís how I do it. Smoke or donít smoke for an hour, Boil in apple juice and seasonings for about 1.5-2 hours or until tender. Take them out of the liquid smother them in bbq sauce and throw them In a glass baking dish and cook them in the oven at 375 for about 30 minutes to make them sticky. Delicious. Specially bear ribs.

I donít find them cooked in a pressure cooker nearly as good.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #94 on: January 15, 2020, 09:58:17 AM »
I break down approximately 10 animals plus a year or more.  I never take it.  If I was starving I might consider it.

In livestock (beef), fat is your friend.  The more marbled the meat the better the flavor.  In wild game (deer, elk, and antelope etc), fat is NOT your friend.  The fat and sinew is where all of your wild gamey flavor comes from.  There is so much fat in the ribs that to separate it is not really feasible.  If you put it in with the grinder meat, all you get is a very small amount of extra meat that is contaminating the rest of it with an over abundance of fat content.  Not worth it if you ask me.  Let the coyotes, crows, and magpies have their fare share.  Nothing is wasted.
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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #95 on: January 15, 2020, 10:24:23 AM »
Over the past few years Iíve been very interested in finding a good way to use rib meat. I tried Rinellas rib method from the MeatEater cookbook using a pressure cooker to cook down and tenderize the ribs followed by charing on the grill. Steve says these ribs are as good as anything youíve had in a restaurant. Well Steve and I must have a different measure of what makes for good ribs.  So back to the grind pile we go.

I absolutely love game ribs hereís how I do it. Smoke or donít smoke for an hour, Boil in apple juice and seasonings for about 1.5-2 hours or until tender. Take them out of the liquid smother them in bbq sauce and throw them In a glass baking dish and cook them in the oven at 375 for about 30 minutes to make them sticky. Delicious. Specially bear ribs.

I donít find them cooked in a pressure cooker nearly as good.

So step one can be, "don't smoke for an hour" ?
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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #96 on: January 15, 2020, 10:44:21 AM »
Over the past few years Iíve been very interested in finding a good way to use rib meat. I tried Rinellas rib method from the MeatEater cookbook using a pressure cooker to cook down and tenderize the ribs followed by charing on the grill. Steve says these ribs are as good as anything youíve had in a restaurant. Well Steve and I must have a different measure of what makes for good ribs.  So back to the grind pile we go.

I absolutely love game ribs hereís how I do it. Smoke or donít smoke for an hour, Boil in apple juice and seasonings for about 1.5-2 hours or until tender. Take them out of the liquid smother them in bbq sauce and throw them In a glass baking dish and cook them in the oven at 375 for about 30 minutes to make them sticky. Delicious. Specially bear ribs.

I donít find them cooked in a pressure cooker nearly as good.

So step one can be, "don't smoke for an hour" ?

Exactly, instead of smoking it you could set it on the counter and just stare at it for an hour. But this will result in a less productive day and no Smokey flavor  in your ribs. Totally up to the cook.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #97 on: January 15, 2020, 11:11:00 AM »
I was "ribbing" you based on how you wrote it.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #98 on: January 15, 2020, 02:52:29 PM »
Over the past few years Iíve been very interested in finding a good way to use rib meat. I tried Rinellas rib method from the MeatEater cookbook using a pressure cooker to cook down and tenderize the ribs followed by charing on the grill. Steve says these ribs are as good as anything youíve had in a restaurant. Well Steve and I must have a different measure of what makes for good ribs.  So back to the grind pile we go.

I absolutely love game ribs hereís how I do it. Smoke or donít smoke for an hour, Boil in apple juice and seasonings for about 1.5-2 hours or until tender. Take them out of the liquid smother them in bbq sauce and throw them In a glass baking dish and cook them in the oven at 375 for about 30 minutes to make them sticky. Delicious. Specially bear ribs.

I donít find them cooked in a pressure cooker nearly as good.

Appreciate the tip.  Will give this approach a try.
The lazy do not roast any game, but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #99 on: January 15, 2020, 05:35:23 PM »
I've always saved rib meat, I think it because that's how I was raised.  We've ground it, bbq'ed it, and canned it, it's all good.

I don't have any idea how she went about it for sure... but my Grandma used to can deer ribs with the bone in, using large mouth quart and a half jars.  (No idea where she got those, I think they were very, very old).  She'd pack the jars with rib meat, spices, etc., and pour cornbread, or other batter on top.  Then she'd bake it until the cornbread was done.  She'd trim off the top of it, and give that top crust to us, and then water bath can it.  She used it for stews and such, and I've always regretted not getting that recipe.  Good way to use venison ribs is all I know for sure!
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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #100 on: January 15, 2020, 07:23:13 PM »
I'm a lazy cook. Here's my favorite way of doing ribs. Make barbecue sauce, tomato sauce, mustard, honey, liquid smoke, vinegar. I never measure so make something that tastes good to you or I guess you could buy some. Now drown it with as much again water. A little oil in a pan and the ribs on that. Now dump all that sauce in. The ribs should be swimming.
Stick it in the oven at like 280 and cook it for at least 3 hours. About half way through turn the ribs over and when you think about it baste them with the sauce.
When the sauce is cooked down they are ready to eat. You can add water if the sauce gets too thick before you are ready for supper.
You start out cooking them in the sauce. That tenderizes and lets the sauce go into the meat.


















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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #101 on: January 15, 2020, 08:07:35 PM »
I've always taken the rib meat. I never thought not to. It usually ends up in the grind. It doesn't add up to much so I don't think it's a big deal leavening it. Heck most people probably waste more meat short necking their buck when cutting the head off.

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #102 on: January 17, 2020, 02:03:12 PM »
Rib meat is good meat.  Takes hardly any time to take off the bone when you consider the whole scope of time cutting up a deer.  I wouldn't want to have one ounce less of my harvest than I deserve, which is all of it dangit!

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Re: Deer Rib Meat
« Reply #103 on: January 19, 2020, 08:54:33 PM »
I do a splash of liquid smoke in the Insta-pot when I do the pressure cooking, to add that smokey flavor. 
Then when I do broil them, I go with the Stubbs 'smokey' sauce on them.  I really do like them a lot.
But, that's with elk ribs, not deer...if it makes much of a difference.

 


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