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September 02, 2010

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Chris

You know I like this one. Grilled corn too? BONUS!

The last can of chipoltes that I got were exceptionally hot but usually they don't bother me.

MAry

These look seriously good. As a matter of fact I've just spent some time playing catcg-up with your posts. I love your recipes ans the food you feature here. I'll be back often. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

Debbie

Awesome! This will be the next recipe that I try from the cookbook. Looks amazing.

grace

i kneel before the miracle worker known as rick bayless. he is a star, and by that i mean his food absolutely rocks my world. these ribs look and sound so amazing, and that's coming from someone who's a bit squeamish when it comes to gnawing meat off bones!

Lara

If Luis saw this, he'd be at your house right now with a bib on. :-)

The Duo Dishes

Have you ever tried brining your chicken before applying a rub? Apparently, it helps the meat soak up even more flavor. Really want to try a rub for any meat. It seems like an even better way to get flavor into your food.

Mrs. L

Chris - For some reason we've been doing a lot of corn on the grill this season, wahoo, bonus points!

Mary - Thanks for the blessings Mary.

Debbie - There are so many great recipes to chose from the cookbook I'm not sure where to start next.

Grace - The ribs themselves were very tender, Bayless just revved them up to exceptional.

Lara - Have Luis make these for you!

Duo Dishes - Never thought to brine my chicken first. I know we'll be doing this again so thanks for the tip.

andrea

There's a good tomatillo and chipotle salsa recipe in Mexican Everyday.

Cooks Illustrated is big on brining chicken and pork. I saw an episode where they salted the soaking water for white bean soup, to promote even cooking. I'll have to try that the next time I make bean soup.

Barbara Bakes

I haven't had a good rib in ages. Yours do look amazing!

Buffalo Tenderloin

Tasty!!!!really its a simple and awesome recipe ...its a great blessing Mary..i love the way u presented the procedure ...https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=batch_download&send_id=817789614&email=7cff47bb7cdcb76fbfa15e66c81a1961 i will surely goona make this for my sister birthday ..this will be a great treat to her...

Mrs. L

Andrea - I'll have to give that recipe a try. And yes, I brine my pork too.

Barbara Bakes - You should try these, they really are good.

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