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Old 06-09-2019, 01:43 PM   #2
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I was mortified the first time we did exactly this for a church luncheon service, sometimes you learn from a mistake or maybe more appropriately what you consider a mistake and other people look on as an improvement.

That was the day I learned the masses really prefer fall off the bone, slide the bones right out of the rack tender ribs so long as they are still moist and juicy.

I heard about those ribs for months afterwards and that's all anyone has wanted since.

Try a people's choice taste test sometime and serve them up a firm pull from the bone and fall off the bone and see what they say.

I think you'll be surprised at how overwhelming most folks preferences are just so long as they aren't dry.
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