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Petty's Weekly Specials

PETTY’S AD for MAY 25TH   THRU. MAY 31ST

BOAR’S HEAD LUNCH BUNCH
½ LB. BOAR’S HEAD OVEN OLD TURKEY
½ LB. BOAR’S HEAD DELUXE HAM
½ LB. YELLOW OR WHITE AMERICAN
ONLY 9.99

HAVE A SAFE AND HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY!!!!!

WE WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY MAY 29TH FOR MEMORIAL DAY

THURSDAY IS NATIONAL WINE DAY …AND YOU KNOW THAT WE LOVE TO CELEBRATE WE WILL BE TASTING SOME OF KINSEY’S PICKS FROM 4-7  THIRSTY THURSDAY  MAY 25TH

OUR DELI IS BRIMING WITH LOTS OF SALADS AND SIDES TO MAKE YOU MEMORIAL DAY STRESS FREE

FOR NATIONAL BBQ MONTH… GRINGO JACK’S BBQ SAUCES ARE BUY ONE GET ONE FREE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

SPECIALS FROM THE MEAT DEPT.
ST. LOUIS RIBS  2.99 LB.
CHUCK BURGERS 3.99 LB.
MARINATED LONDON BROIL 5.49 LB.
BOSTON BUTTS  2.19 LB.
SHRIMP SKEWERS  1.79 LB.

SPECIALS FROM THE DELI
LUNCH BUNCH….SEE ABOVE
MACARONI SALAD  4.79 LB.
BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP  6.79 LB.
MEXICAN STREET CORN SALAD 6.79 LB.

SANDWICH  OF THE WEEK-
BLT ON YOUR CHOICE OF BREAD SERVED WITH CHIPS AND A PICKLE

 

RECIPE OF THE WEEK:

Barbecue St. Louis Pork Ribs

Ingredients

  • 2 teaspoons paprika
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons whole black peppercorns
  • 1 teaspoon coriander seeds
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • Or your favorite Petty’s seasoning
  • 3 slabs St. Louis style ribs, 2 to 3 pounds each
  • 4 tablespoons kosher salt
  • 1/3 cup spicy brown mustard

Directions

Set a smoker to 225 degrees F.

Combine the paprika, black peppercorns, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, garlic powder, onion powder, nutmeg and cayenne in a spice grinder. Process until a fine powder is formed, approximately 30 seconds. Or your favorite Petty’s rub.

Pat the ribs dry and turn bone-side up. Trim excess fat and, if one end of the ribs is especially narrow, trim meat and bone to ensure even cooking. Remove the membrane on the underside of the ribs by inserting a rounded utensil, an upside-down spoon works well, between the membrane and the meat at one end of the slab. Carefully work the spoon under the membrane to loosen but not tear. Once enough has been loosened, use a paper towel to hold onto the membrane as you slowly pull it down the slab to remove. Or ask us to do it for you.

Sprinkle the ribs on both sides with the salt and brush both sides with the mustard. Sprinkle two-thirds of the spice mixture on the meat side of the ribs and the remaining third on the bone side.

Once the smoker has reached 225 degrees F, add the wood chips or chunks and the ribs to the smoker.

Smoke for 4 to 5 hours then test for doneness. There are four criteria that should be met in order for ribs to be done. First, the internal temperature of the meat should be 185 to 190 degrees F. Second, pick up each slab from the center with tongs and it should droop into a u-shape and crack slightly. Third, while holding with the tongs, and bouncing gently, the surface of the ribs should crack slightly. Lastly, the meat should pull easily off the bone but not fall off. If ribs pass all tests, remove them from the smoker and wrap in heavy-duty foil and rest for 15 minutes. If not, continue smoking for 45 minutes to 1 hour and test again until done.

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