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Jeffs News Letter

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Just received Jeffs News Letter, with Pork Country Style Rib Burnt Ends.

Now this may be a stupid question, so forgive me! he says buy Country Ribs from the Pork Butt, the cut into squares. Now is it the meat from between the Ribs, as I can not see the ribs being cut into squares, or is it a cut from the USA that we do not get in the UK.
post #2 of 8
Country style ribs are not the actual ribs.

They come from a part of the loin or butt. There are 2 styles.
post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
Thanks Adam, this asks the question, when's a Rib not a Rib! 😃
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Thread Starter 
Did a search and got a full explanation on Country Ribs,

Country-style ribs (a.k.a. Country Ribs). Country-style ribs (a.k.a. Country Ribs). Country-style ribs are not really ribs. They are really pork chops, more meaty and less fatty than real ribs, and should be cooked like chops, not ribs. They are cut from the front end of the baby backs near the shoulder and a tray of country-style ribs in the grocery store might contain a rib or two but more than likely they there will be a section of shoulder blade. Because they vary in size and thickness, they are hard to cook to an even doneness. Depending on how they are cut, a serving will be one or two country ribs. For big hungry men, perhaps three. They respond well to brining before low and slow cooking.

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Originally Posted by Smokin Monkey View Post

Thanks Adam, this asks the question, when's a Rib not a Rib! 😃


The Mc Rib comes to mind :icon_rolleyes:

 

You guys might beat me up for this but country style ribs are great.  Meaty, cheap, easy peasy!

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I love CSR's  Yummy

 

DS
 

post #7 of 8
I love csr's too.
post #8 of 8
CSR's are tasty, and making burnt ends out of them is a nice treat as well!
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