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Old 05-12-2014, 03:39 PM   #1
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Beef ribs

I bought some beef baby back ribs today. How would you prepare them?

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Old 05-12-2014, 03:45 PM   #2
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I cut and pasted this.....



Back ribs are popular for barbecue, but I am not a big fan. I suspect their popularity is because they are cut from some expensive steaks and back ribs are popular pork cuts.


Back ribs are good for braising because the marrow is a stupendous source of flavor for stews, and they are popular for barbecue, but they are not my favorite cut for barbecue because they have so little meat and they must be cooked to well done to be made tender.


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Old 05-12-2014, 03:47 PM   #3
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cook long and slow, and then throw them on the grill baste with some bbq sauce.
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That's one terrific link Rock!

Especially this sub link there...http://amazingribs.com/recipes/beef/...beef_ribs.html
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Yeah! I thought so too. I got my excerpts from from that link you posted. That page pretty much explains the ins and outs of beef ribs....
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I don't cook ribs myself. It seems like a lot of effort for one person and Stirling doesn't like ribs.

I order beef long ribs from Bofinger BBQ Smokehouse.

They say they smoke it slow. Whatever they do, they are delicious.

Roch, you might want to try Bofinger next time you are on the West Island or in Montreal.
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I don't cook ribs myself. It seems like a lot of effort for one person and Stirling doesn't like ribs.

I order beef long ribs from Bofinger BBQ Smokehouse.

They say they smoke it slow. Whatever they do, they are delicious.

Roch, you might want to try Bofinger next time you are on the West Island or in Montreal.
Will do. I am hoping to get there in the summer....
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Will do. I am hoping to get there in the summer....
Let me know when you are coming. If you come on the 2nd Wednesday of a month, I can invite you to the Danish Club Luncheon.
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