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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/16 17:35:00 (permalink)
The Mayor started this thread eight years ago.
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/17 16:55:27 (permalink)
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The Mayor started this thread eight years ago.




You are correct, sir.
Only goes to show that the bad taste from those vile ribs really lingers!
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/17 23:19:42 (permalink)
Anyone that guys that chemically infused stuff deserves what they get.
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/18 00:44:53 (permalink)
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The Mayor started this thread eight years ago.




You are correct, sir.
Only goes to show that the bad taste from those vile ribs really lingers!


I'm a ma'am, but I take your point. What I was saying is this thread got resurrected, and giving advice on what to do about the ribs probably wasn't going to do him any good at this point.
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/19 19:58:01 (permalink)
Has anyone tried the cooked, sauced, cryovaced ribs from Trader Joe's
If so, whadya think?
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/19 20:03:13 (permalink)
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The Mayor started this thread eight years ago.




You are correct, sir.
Only goes to show that the bad taste from those vile ribs really lingers!


I'm a ma'am, but I take your point. What I was saying is this thread got resurrected, and giving advice on what to do about the ribs probably wasn't going to do him any good at this point.


You do realize that the Mayor passed on to the great BBQ restaurant in Heaven a short time ago.
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/19 21:57:56 (permalink)
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felix4067
The Mayor started this thread eight years ago.




You are correct, sir.
Only goes to show that the bad taste from those vile ribs really lingers!


I'm a ma'am, but I take your point. What I was saying is this thread got resurrected, and giving advice on what to do about the ribs probably wasn't going to do him any good at this point.


You do realize that the Mayor passed on to the great BBQ restaurant in Heaven a short time ago.


Which is why I posted anything in the first place. Thanks for stating the obvious.
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/20 16:08:55 (permalink)
Is this a return of the Orion cooker? Everyone hates these ribs (I've never tasted them, as there are no Costco's near me) except for 3 first time posters years apart. Hmm
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RE: Bad BBQ Ribs from Costco 2016/06/22 17:03:32 (permalink)
The one post wonders. Now if those ribs were cooked in an Orion cooker and dessert were a Social Tea Biscuit it would be the most perfect dinner. BTW, Social Tea Biscuits still exist. I found them in Quebec.
 

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