Originally Posted by Pa_BBQ
I agree with everyone else, great post.
As a professional photographer and videographer going to offer one suggestion.
A pic of the cooked ribs would have been Ok to add. :)
OK, this is what I did with those two racks.
Originally Posted by kendall
is that just a regular kitchen knife you are using to cut the rack down? I have wondered how to cut through the bone,
That's a 5" paring knife, and I'm not cutting through any bones. You locate the longest bone and insert the knife just beyond it. When you cut down the rack, you will not hit any other bones because they're all shorter. Try it and you'll see.
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