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JLinza

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I did lamb spare ribs ( Denver ribs) yesterday, they came out great. But I am curious if anyone has any tips or good ideas I may not have thought of.
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Never had lamb spare ribs, but would love to try them. I just love lamb, but here in Florida it’s really expensive, so I don’t buy it often.
Al
 
They look really good but being that we don't know what you did it's kinda hard to know what you may or may not have though of :emoji_wink:

Robert
Sorry I thought I put that but I must not have lol. Smoked at 225 with cherry wood for about 3 hours. Rub was basically a sweet heat traditional bbq rub. Internal temp was around 175, at finish
 
Smoked at 225 with cherry wood for about 3 hours. Rub was basically a sweet heat traditional bbq rub. Internal temp was around 175, at finish

My wife is not a fan of lamb so it doesn't get cooked around here unfortunately. I asked that Q to tag a great forum member who is VERY good with lamb and could help. Hey Jeff ( jcam222 jcam222 ) can you provide some sage advice?

Robert
 
They look great. I’d love to do them as well but never see them available around me. For lamb I’ve found for my wife whether she likes it or not is very dependent on the cut. Despite many variations on leg / shank she hates it. She loves chops when I use a nice Mediterranean rub. Lamb and middle eastern flavors are a match made in heaven. In second place I do like a good chimmicurri on them too. I think both would work well on ribs.
 
They look great. I’d love to do them as well but never see them available around me. For lamb I’ve found for my wife whether she likes it or not is very dependent on the cut. Despite many variations on leg / shank she hates it. She loves chops when I use a nice Mediterranean rub. Lamb and middle eastern flavors are a match made in heaven. In second place I do like a good chimmicurri on them too. I think both would work well on ribs.
Awesome, I'll have to try that too
 
The ribs look nice! This is interesting idea - to smoke lamb ribs... Unfortunately I never saw anyone sell lamb ribs - any other lamb meat - yes, but no ribs. As I leaved in Central Asia (Kazakhstan) for 35 years, I love lamb meat a lot cooked for whole varieties of dishes. I never tried smoked lamb ribs though....
 
The ribs look nice! This is interesting idea - to smoke lamb ribs... Unfortunately I never saw anyone sell lamb ribs - any other lamb meat - yes, but no ribs. As I leaved in Central Asia (Kazakhstan) for 35 years, I love lamb meat a lot cooked for whole varieties of dishes. I never tried smoked lamb ribs though....
I just happened to see them at my local butcher and thought ... what the hell lol. Cause I had never seen them before either. But it did go well with some Colorado green chili
 
 
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