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Old 07-17-2011, 06:49 AM   #1
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Default Thawed Out Rib Tips - Mystery Meat

I thawed out all the rib tips that the butcher cut from my 13 racks of spare ribs. I'm smokin them today on the UDS. I have never seen or smoked them before. That's why I call them MYSTERY MEAT. I don't know how hard to they are to eat. Maybe they are a mees and a PITA.
At least the are out of my freezer. There are 6 packs of them. There must be 20-25 pounds of it.
If you have any suggestions about eating them, lets hear them.
(besides putting them in beans)
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Old 07-17-2011, 07:56 AM   #2
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I do my ribs tips or scrap just like burnt ends . Throw them in a big alum pan , rub with olive oil aspply your seasoning just before you pull them apply sauce.
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Smoke them then use some for chili
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Smoke them then use some for chili
No thanks on the chili. It's still beans.
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I was hoping to smoke them and serve them as a side dish to go along with some pulled pork & BBQ sauce. I guess I will put them on the smoker like I would for ribs, only just less cooking time.
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