tonight I had a friend bring over a couple of ribs fresh out of his smoker, he did a great job on them with all the flavores , some of the flavores I gave to him to use. when I bit into the rib it was a very nice bite, a bite that I really liked, I looked at the rib and the meat was chicken breast white, not red or brown, but like a pork chop white with smoke red in it, and it was amazing.
after 3 years of doing ribs on many different styles of smoking them I have maybe 1 rack that had this I would say texture and pork chop color and they are the ribs I have had been chasing ever since.
so what cut of ribs is close to the pork chop cut?
I understand that red is from smoking. but most of the ribs I cook or smoke are greasy like dark meat.
the pork chop meat was more on the top of the bone.
I have also noticed when watching or attending a BBQ event that the ribs have more of a chicken breast look the a chicken thigh.
hope you all can grasp the way I'm asking