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Unread 11-19-2007, 12:26 PM   #1
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A guy called to leave a cooler of venison at my house. He said there was a rack of deer ribs in there too. What the fark am I supposed to do with those?

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I asked this same question on another forum a year ago..everyone said they are way too lean to do anything.
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I smoked a rack before when I first got started. They turned out ok. As far as being too lean, you can lay strips of bacon on them to keep them from drying out. I would also use some foil. You can just grill them. Or, cook em up and toss to the dogs. They would love you forever.
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The dogs or the foxes, either one would be OK! Way too lean.
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It's not that they're too lean as much as too sparse of meat. Id give em apartial smoke and boilt them down for sour or chile stock.
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i was going to try doing deer ribs last year but they are so short on meat i didn't even find any worth keeping to throw in burger.
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I was on a canoe trip last March and my buddy brought out some deer ribs and cooked them over the open fire pit. He had a basic rub of salt pepper, onion and garlic powder. Not much fat, not much meat but great tasting. Enjoy!!
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Only way I have had them that was fit to eat was cooked directly over the fire. They were tough and not much meat, but atleast we didn't waste much time cooking them.
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