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riblets

golffergolffer Posts: 144
edited 5:21AM in EggHead Forum
Local (chain) resturant named Applebys has a dish called "Riblets". Can anyone tell me where this cut comes from? Thanks

Comments

  • BoroBGEBoroBGE Posts: 30
    Top portion of a baby back rib from my understanding.
  • Brew'nQueBrew'nQue Posts: 44
    They're technically called 'Button Ribs'...Applebee's came up with the term 'riblets' and they pretty much own the market on them now.
    ...from the sides of hog's spine behind the rearmost rib. There are no ribs on the hog there, just little nubs, or "buttons" attached to the backbone. Applebee's restaurants calls this cut riblets, but they are not what had been called riblets by butchers in the past. Because Applebee's has made them so popular, they can occasionally be found in stores under the name riblets.
  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 5,439
    FWIW, there was a Jamaican restaurant I used to visit. They only used button ribs. It was the least meat on a rib I had ever had, but they managed to get what there was both crisp and succulent at the same time. Between that and their incredible flavor, I was generally pleased, even though left want lots more.
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