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ericmknight1906 On December 15, 2011




Daytona Beach, Florida
#1New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 19:26:51
I've been on a quest for the best way to make "falling off the bone" chicken & ribs.

I've tried a couple different methods.

Method # 1 Smoke box.

Pros-Good Flavor, Other than that...
.

Cons-Meat still tough, constantly have to monitor the heat temperature, More expensive (charcoal, lighter fluid, etc)

-grilling/smoking is a pain in the rear and has a large learning curve



Method # 2 Bake

Pros- Season meat to desired taste, place in glass pan with a little water, cover wi/ aluminimum foil, set to 350 and forget about it for 2 to 3 hours. constant temperature. no monitoring needed.

Meat is guaranteed to fall of the bones.(even the toughest, cheapest meat)



Cons- Well can't think of any at the moment.


Hands down

Baking is my method of choice.
sTreetAngeL On August 20, 2016
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in a paradox,
#2New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 19:29:37
I absolutely hate to cook; so couldn't agree with you more!
It's way easier to just throw something in a pan, open the oven door, and toss it in.

I do however, love the flavors of a good barbeque. Lucky for me that my hubby enjoys cooking/grilling and all that jazz.
SnowComa On August 18, 2010

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La Follette, Tennessee
#3New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 19:37:54
I love grilling. There's absolutely nothing like the scent and flavor of grilled BBQ chicken. If it were an option, I'd grill every single meal I eat from now on.
Eastender On August 13, 2010

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#4New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 19:46:39
If ya dont wanna chill it, bloody grill it!
GSnap On March 02, 2019




Over the Rainbow,
#5New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 19:59:50
Have to go with grilling. Its the BEST!
Nub On June 01, 2010




Kensington, United Kingdom
#6New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:03:20
Grilling is ace.
lefty On July 19, 2018
AKA: friendlybear





Oh, Canada
#7New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:15:41
Well, I have to be difficult and say that I like both methods equally well. Some things are just best one way or the other. For example, you wouldn't bake a porterhouse steak if you had a grill available. Nothing beats the flavor of a sockeye salmon stuffed with slices of lemon, tomato, and onion, and baked in the oven.

So I didn't vote.
lefty On July 19, 2018
AKA: friendlybear





Oh, Canada
#8New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:18:32
and a tip that may help with the chicken and ribs on the grill, simmer them in seasoned water, and then marinate well before grilling at low heat. That way, they don't wind up black on the outside when they're falling off the bone.
Eastender On August 13, 2010

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#9New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:24:40
@lefty Said

and a tip that may help with the chicken and ribs on the grill, simmer them in seasoned water, and then marinate well before grilling at low heat. That way, they don't wind up black on the outside when they're falling off the bone.


I like em black.
Wellard On April 29, 2012
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In your Mind, Cape Verde
#10New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:38:54
No I don't agree.

But frying is even better,just ask my heart specialist.
GSnap On March 02, 2019




Over the Rainbow,
#11New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:51:46
@lefty Said

and a tip that may help with the chicken and ribs on the grill, simmer them in seasoned water, and then marinate well before grilling at low heat. That way, they don't wind up black on the outside when they're falling off the bone.


I have a feeling you are one hell of a cook !!
GSnap On March 02, 2019




Over the Rainbow,
#12New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 20:52:33
@Eastender Said

I like em black.


I like ribs blackened quite a bit on the outside, when the bbq sauce gets all blackened and baked on. EMMMM!!! Had some like that a few weeks ago on my last camping trip.
JorieJukebox On July 13, 2019
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Right Here, Not There,
#13New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 21:49:02
I guess it really depends on what you're cooking. Sometimes things just taste better off a grill... Personally, especially when the weather is nice! When it comes to meat falling apart, I love my crockpot!
GSnap On March 02, 2019




Over the Rainbow,
#14New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 22:11:39
@jorie_13 Said

I guess it really depends on what you're cooking. Sometimes things just taste better off a grill... Personally, especially when the weather is nice! When it comes to meat falling apart, I love my crockpot!



Yea, the crockpot sure has its place. Makes me a mean potroast in it!
JorieJukebox On July 13, 2019
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Right Here, Not There,
#15New Post! May 30, 2010 @ 22:17:09
@GSnap Said

Yea, the crockpot sure has its place. Makes me a mean potroast in it!


Your crockpot turns you into a mean potroast? WEIRD!
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