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Ancient Barbeque

Barbeque or BBQ is a unique cooking method but it is also a great way to get your friends and family together for an outdoor meal! No one would argue that BBQ is an American past time but how far back does this tradition go?

Israeli scientists from the University of Haifa discovered Barbeque 200,000-year-old evidence of early human beings living in the Carmel region. This tribe was focused on larger mature animals and cuts of meat with loads of muscle, based on bone and tool evidence. They would often leave the heads and hooves of the game they killed, Game they preferred to hunt include boars, cattle, and deer.

Curiously, the first-ever known design of a BBQ can be found in the Hebrew Old Testament. First written around 1300bc and 1500bc, defining a 4 foot high and 7 foot long BBQ design that included meat hooks, fire pans, grates, shovels, and tie-downs.

Beef Rib Types and Tips

Types of Beef Ribs
Beef ribs are the least known and under-appreciated cuts of meat. They’re super rich, and drenched full of flavor and are fairly easy to prepare and cook.

Baby Back Beef Ribs
Beef back ribs are large, you may even have heard them referred to as dinosaur ribs. They are the large bones not used in a prime rib roast. Due to their massive size its common to cut them into single size portions. Coat these in your favorite rub and prepare your tastebuds for a tender cut of beef.

Short Ribs
These ribs are cut from the shoulder and are rectangular in form. These are full of collagen and flavorful fat so need a similar treatment as brisket. This cut is best cooked slow and low, a smoke will get the best results but wrapping them in foil and cooking for a few hours in the oven is also delicious.

Flanked Style Ribs
Flanked ribs come from a similar area of the cow to short ribs. They are cut lengthwise across the ribs rather than straight down between the ribs. These contain a lot of mean but you have to deal with multiple bones. These ribs are unique due to the placement of the bone, best used in a stew or braised.

Buying And Storing Tips
Beef is typically a purple-red color, but when exposed to oxygen it takes on a red color saturation known as the “bloom.” The outside of the meat is bright red, while inside the meat will appear darker color.

How To Replace a Traeger Auger Drive Motor – BBQ Concepts

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Traeger Auger Drive Motor Replacement - BBQ Concepts of Las Vegas, Nevada

It happens, if you’ve been using your Traeger Wood Pellet Grill for years, you’re will eventually run into component failure. Well, it’s no big deal, because you’ve got a friend in the professional BBQ industry. BBQ Concepts help you replace your Traeger Auger Drive Motor, step by step. John Cerul takes you through the process of removing and reinstalling your new Traeger Auger Motor. This video was developed as a reference to ensure you get your Traeger Wood Pellet Grill back up and smoking. Please make sure to subscribe to our channel. We’re continually exploring both outdoor kitchen products, outdoor kitchens, and more on the official BBQ Concepts Youtube Channel. Give us a “Like” if you found this video helpful.

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Traeger Wood Pellet Grills Auger Drive Motor Product Features

  • Replacement Auger Drive Motor for your Traeger Grill
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