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Unread 11-12-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default Country style beef ribs

Lately I seem to be seeing a lot of mention of " country style boneless beef ribs" . Now , I have to start by saying that I live in the 'burbs of Boston so maybe it's a regional thing...but I have never seen such a cut of beef in my neck of the woods.....ever.
And i can say that i've never even seen them advertised at the specialty meat shop ads that i regularly window shop....So..I know country style pork ribs are cut from a pork shoulder ,so how is the boneless beef rib created? Are we slicing up a chuck roast or something like that ?
If you have any good tips on cooking these , i hope youll share cuz these are right up my alley! I love me some bbq beef!
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down here they slice up beef shoulders or chuck roasts into strips and call them country style ribs.
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Yup. Im going with chuck too.
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One of the best vids I've seen on how to make them....super easy....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSmgQF-RAMs
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Thanks , all. Very helpful. I think I'll buy a big ol chuck steak and make some of these very soon.
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