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Unread 06-05-2010, 11:54 AM   #1
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I apologize if this is somewhere in the search function. I looked. I bought some Texas Style ribs today from Ingles. They were priced much like spares. I imagine they are a cut from th spares, but the butcher showed me where the "baby back" ribs were on there. I'm sure I need to cook them like spares, but can someone verify my belief?
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Unread 06-05-2010, 11:58 AM   #2
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As a Texan, I'm not sure what 'Texas Style' ribs are. Any chance you have a picture of them?
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I wish my camera had not taken a dump recently, so no. But thanks for trying. These are the meatist ribs I've ever seen. I don't usually go to Ingles supermarket, but as a good Brethren member I had to look in the meat section. At $1.98 per pound and with all the meat on them I had to give em a go. I'm doing them like spares.
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As is usually the case, "Texans" have to have the best,biggest,most flavorful this an that.
It's pry just a St. Louis cut gone cowboy....
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Just remember to cook until they are done, not to time. when they bend almost in half when picked up by one end with tongs, or when a toothpick goes in between the bones as if it is going into butter, they are done. Good luck!
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Yeah, they ended up cooking just like St. Louis spares with a little more meat on them. They're resting now, but they look great and I'm hoping they taste as good as they look. Thanks for the help. Sorry for the lack of pron....
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If they were truly Texas Style, they would be beef, not pork.
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