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Unread 03-23-2010, 03:49 PM   #1
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Default Spare Rib Leftover Ideas?

I made some st. louis style spare ribs this weekend and have all that leftover meat from the top of the spare ribs (the part with the bones that run in the other direction). I de-boned it and trimmed out a lot of the fat, but have no idea what to do with it now. I was thinking about slow cooking it in a crockpot, but no recipe or anything. Anyone have any tips for what to do with this meat?

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Two words. Baked beans.
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Use it to stuff ATBs or PIGGLES.
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Wait...I just realized, you haven't cooked the trimmings yet?
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Do you have a grinder?
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I use mine in Brunswick stew
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You can also season them like fajitas, grill the up and slice them into strips and make some great tacos out of them. We don't do baked beans down here - more of a pinto bean state, so I don't know how that would taste.
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I cook mine alongside the ribs and then debone. I put the meat in BBQ beans like Deguerre said or I eat them as a snack prior to dinner.
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You speak of the fabulous, delicious, rib tips portion of the rack commonly referred to around his as the brisket portion. After I trim the rack down to St. Louis spares I smoke the rib tip portion right along with the spares. After they are cooked, I chunk them up and sauce them to eat as "rib tips" or freeze for later use with saurkraut.
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I use it for taco's & pizza
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I use it for taco's & pizza
Imade a pizza with leftover rib meat and my bos went nuts.
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Do you have a grinder?
Grind it up and make sausage! turns out pretty good.

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You speak of the fabulous, delicious, rib tips portion of the rack commonly referred to around his as the brisket portion. After I trim the rack down to St. Louis spares I smoke the rib tip portion right along with the spares. After they are cooked, I chunk them up and sauce them to eat as "rib tips" or freeze for later use with saurkraut.
Yup, smoke em as they are (don't debone) and eat them as leftovers in the next couple of days or freeze em' and pull em out when you're jonzin' for some Q, but are either too lazy or can't.

Baked beans as Guerry said are great too!
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I had to re-read the thread title... Unfortunately, I don't know what spare rib leftovers are.. I've never had them. :)

I would, however, try rib sushi... Make sushi rice, get tapioca or spring roll paper and dampen it. Lay the rice in a layer on the paper, and put a line of rib meat on it. Roll it up tight and cut into 1" portions. Lay on a plate, with a dollop of bbq sauce on each, and enjoy.
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