costco wholesale trim package

Discussion in 'Meat Selection and Processing' started by mics, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. mics

    mics Newbie

    Hi folks,question to the more in the know folks here on the forum ,, seems here in wa,costco has given up on carrying  a whole rib. .now they sell only the  loin,baby back or st louis cut ribs in the crypac .. the outher day I went to the whole sale costco and in the meat cooler was the two  ribs mentioned  but  then i saw another crypac . it is the top and bottom trimming from the st louis trimmed ribs. so i bought one for $10.00 opened up the crypac ,found 4 trim pieces,,the big bone and the top portion of a uncut rib.so my brain went to pull pork.not an awful lot of meat but enough for 2 people to get a pulled pork meal. out of one  trim piece .what outher uses could one come up with for this package of pork trimmings thanks
     
  2. chef jimmyj

    chef jimmyj Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator Group Lead OTBS Member

    I buy full racks of ribs and cut them St Louis style. It is real easy to remove the meat from the cartilage. Just stick the tip of a boning knife between the meat and cartilage and cut along the natural line on both sides. You get nice strips of pork. When I accumulate a few pounds, they get marinated and smoked or roasted. 2-3 Hours at 225 makes them tender and juicy. My family likes them made into Char Siu, Chinese Roast Pork. You can eat them as is or slice for addition to a Stir fry. Here is a thread with the recipe...JJ

    http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/...ed-rice-and-pork-egg-rolls-q-matz-tested-hard

    The meat on the left is the boneless Trim from one rack...

     
  3. welshrarebit

    welshrarebit Master of the Pit

    Noh means noh!!!

    I've been using Noh brand char siu marinade for over twenty years...

    Great stuff!!!
     
  4. rabbithutch

    rabbithutch Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I find whole ribs at HEB in Texas as well as the crypac STL ribs. I usually just buy the STLs to save time and fuss.
     

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