http://www.traderjoes.com/) and their Hawaiian Style Maui Beef Boneless Short Ribs. The label is misleading to a rib fanatic who's expecting a big thick chunk of beef. It's not actually a "rib" per say. It's a strip of meat that's been lounging around in this fabulously fantastic Hawaiian style marinade. These bits of beef are easy to grill and I've found that there's really no wrong amount of time to cook them. I've bar-b-qued them to perfection, burnt them to perfection, and even undercooked them to perfection. Seems as though there's no way to ruin these morsels. Well, I'm sure I'll find a way, but as of yet, nope. These ribs are good by themselves, with mashers, with chips and especially good chopped up and on a salad. Rush on out and grab yourself some Maui Beef Boneless. They will make your head spin like
the Exorcist. Well, maybe not that much.
I know, some of you think Trader Joe's is just for the yuppy rich. Let me tell you that the prices ARE affordable. And, if you don't at least give it a try you are surely missing out on something wonderous. At the very least you have to go try a bottle of $3 buck Chuck (aka Charles Shaw). It's affordable wine that is made with grapes "largely" from California and is actually good. I hear they've used some Willamette Valley Grapes as well.
So, rush on into Trader Joe's and gets some good, healthy, high quality food. And, go ahead and bring me some Joe Joes or some wine. Really, I'd appreciate it.
Oct 12, 2010
Food Porn: Trader Joes: Maui Ribs
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