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#10948939 - 06/30/15 12:15 PM neck bone?
jwcromer Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 11/18/06
Posts: 2465
Loc: N. Richland Hills,Texas
how do you cook neck bone?

#10949123 - 06/30/15 01:30 PM Re: neck bone? [Re: jwcromer]
Kattelyn Offline
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Registered: 02/11/09
Posts: 34542
Loc: Mansfield-ish
From what kind of critter? Raw chicken neckbones just get fed to the dog as a treat.

#10949201 - 06/30/15 01:57 PM Re: neck bone? [Re: jwcromer]
Kattelyn Offline
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Registered: 02/11/09
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Loc: Mansfield-ish
Pork neckbones are baked with onions, garlic, salt and pepper, (sometimes a little sage and thyme) and a splash of apple cider vinegar. Some folks boil them with the seasonings instead, but I think roasted makes a better flavor. And you make some excellent gravy from the pan drippings and serve over rice.

Beef neckbones are very tough meat but extremely good. Slow cook them in a 325 oven. Don't use vinegar on beef, but instead use a bay leaf, again onion and garlic, salt and pepper, and a little cumin doesn't hurt. You can use them in stew, you're going to SLOW cook them until they're falling apart.

Turkey necks: Boil them, pick the meat off the bones, and use it to make turkey and giblet gravy. Or turkey salad.

#10949495 - 06/30/15 03:55 PM Re: neck bone? [Re: jwcromer]
driedmeat Offline
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Registered: 11/16/09
Posts: 817
deer or wild hog necks (both tend to be tough) go in the roaster with onions, seasoning, and some stock to keep everything moist. Around 300 - 325. Cook time varies but will eventually fall apart. De-bone and shred the meat. I like to mix with bbq sauce for bbq tacos/buns. Also makes great meat for chili and carne guisada. The chili or carne guisada can be used to make some awesome enchiladas.

#10949808 - 06/30/15 06:16 PM Re: neck bone? [Re: jwcromer]
In the wind Offline
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Registered: 05/20/13
Posts: 517
Loc: N. Ft. Worth
Beef/port = crockpot = 2/3 cans beans = serve it over rice !

#10949946 - 06/30/15 07:18 PM Re: neck bone? [Re: jwcromer]
fishslime Offline
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Registered: 09/23/08
Posts: 2464
Loc: mckinney
I have bought smoked pork neckbones at WalMart and used them to flavor beans, etc. In a pinch they will work if you don't have a ham bone handy.


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