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SmokeySmokey Posts: 2,468
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<p />Again I am making some St. Louis style ribs for by beloved and myself. I've come to the conclusion that although baby back ribs look and tast great, St. Louis style ribs are meatier and tastier! These have abou 30 minutes to go (and have just been saused)![p]Smokey

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  • WardsterWardster Posts: 993
    Smokey,
    I agree.

    Apollo Beach, FL
  • SmokeySmokey Posts: 2,468
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    <p />Sorry,[p]Here's that picture!
  • Smokey,[p]I've never heard of St. Louis style ribs. Is there another name for them? Are they typically found in grocery stores? Or are they a butcher item? Thanks.[p]Kevin

  • I found this site to explain the "what". I'll have to look for local availability.[p]

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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Kevin D.,[p]It's just a rack of spare ribs with the brisket bones removed. Most peole discard them anyway. Dogs love 'em though.[p]Tim

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