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Old 03-18-2010, 05:25 PM   #1
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Are these pretty good price @ $40 for the box of 5?



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Old 03-18-2010, 05:36 PM   #2
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Sure doesn't seem like it. What is the price per pound?
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Old 03-18-2010, 05:36 PM   #3
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What's the total weight of the racks?
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Old 03-18-2010, 05:50 PM   #4
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Sure doesn't seem like it. What is the price per pound?
I'm not sure, All I know I purchased these at Gorden food service store here in my home town.

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I have no clue, I'm still a newbie to all the weight stuff!
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I bet that box is around 10lbs, so it is around $4 a pound which is not bad for around here.
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I bet that box is around 10lbs, so it is around $4 a pound which is not bad for around here.
I think your right Landarc, And guess what?

I've found chicken wings that's 85 sodium for 5 wings ( Unsalted & Unseasoned ) nice eh?
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yes, now eat only 5, I dares ya.
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Old 03-18-2010, 06:02 PM   #8
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I bet that box is around 10lbs, so it is around $4 a pound which is not bad for around here.
$4/lb for spares? At the Lunardi's down here they are always around $2/lb - but they are "all natural" shipped in from Iowa so I pass.


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For non-hippy meat $1-$3/lb is pretty normal in CA (sale price to full price at supermarkets) for Spare ribs (not St. Louis cut) but if you're a regular with the butcher they'll sometimes do a trim and sell them at the spares price
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I can get two racks of Spares for around $15 at Costco (untrimmed). So, you could get six racks of spares for around $45. My thought is that 5 racks of trimmed and cut St. Louis style, sounds about right.
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I just picked up some trimmed spares at Sams club for $1.97/lb. They come 3 racks per cryo. So like 6 racks cost me right around $30. They didn't charge more for already being trimmed which I liked. My trimmings usually end up going to waste so this was good.
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Old 03-18-2010, 06:21 PM   #11
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Thanks guys, will 6 racks, 2 butts, mac & cheese, 12 ears of corn feed about 15-20 people for a family shin dig?
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It should, are you gonna offer something else, you know, like vegetables?
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It should, are you gonna offer something else, you know, like vegetables?
I thought meat was veggies?

and yeah We will.
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Show us some Family get-together Pron Derek I for one would love to see how the Spares turn out
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Old 03-22-2010, 09:33 PM   #15
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Hey gang! I can't remember who offered the rib throw down on here so I'm reviving a dead thread!

The Kansas City Rub ( Derek's Version )


St Loius Style Ribs un seasioned.


Ribs With Olive & The Rub. ( put in the fridge )
Going to marinade it for 18 hours.
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