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Western Style pork ribs - How to cook?

Mr BeerMr Beer Posts: 121
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
I just bought some "Western style pork ribs" and am not sure the best way to cook them. Low and Slow or at a higher temperature? I have never seen these before. They are different than country style pork ribs which they also had at the same store. They are darker than the country style ribs and at first glance I thought the package was a boston butt only a bit leaner and sliced like country style ribs. There does not seem to be any bones that I can tell by feel without opening the package. My first thought is to start them out low and slow to try to render some of the fat then finish them out over direct coals at 350 degrees or so.[p]Any suggestions?[p]
Thanks,
Mr Beer

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  • Char-WoodyChar-Woody Posts: 2,642
    Mr Beer, good to see you back again..you got me on that one. Western goes a long ways..!! My guess is that its the butt sliced to country rib sized pieced. I think your on the right track with the cook. direct and when they appear to be done toss em in foil sauce em down and leave em in for another hour..dome shut..fire shut down and just let em cook off the heat of the coals..Should be nice and tender.
    Cheers...
    C~W[p]

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