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bison ribs?post #1 of 56/27/13 at 6:16amThread StarterHas anyone tried smoking bison ribs? I may have a chance to get some soon and I've only cooked pork ribs. The bison look like dino bones.
SmokingMeatForums.com Top Pickspost #2 of 56/27/13 at 6:52amWe did some buffalo ribs a few years ago. They are similar to beef short ribs, but leaner. We used the 3-2-1 cooking method and they turned out really nice! If I could get my hands on some more I'd so them that way again.post #3 of 56/27/13 at 2:12pmThread Starterpost #4 of 56/27/13 at 2:18pmpost #5 of 56/27/13 at 2:29pm
I'll throw my 2 cents... Being really lean and similar to beef i'd try it like i do beef ribs. Sear over charcoal (get a nice caramelization) then slow cook for like 4-6 hours basting every hour until tender. Use your favorite SPOG...you won't regret it.
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