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How to cook Texas pork ribs?

edited 1:02PM in EggHead Forum
Just bought some meaty looking Texas pork ribs? Does anyone have suggestions about the best way to cook them?[p]Celia

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  • Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
    Crob, What is a Texas pork rib?[p]CWM

  • Car Wash Mike,[p]It is what they call Texas "style" pork ribs. They are pretty lean and real meaty. I have never cooked them before.[p]C

  • Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
    CRob, Are they boneless or have some bones in the them? I would cook indirect about 1 hour for every pound of meat at 225-250. Without knowing excactly where the cut of meat came from I can't help much.[p]CWM

  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Car Wash Mike,[p]I can't find anything in Cooks thesaurus[p]http://www.foodsubs.com/MeatPorkLoin.html
    [ul][li]Cooke's thesaurus[/ul]
  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
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    <p />Crob, sounds like what is commonly referred to as "Country Style" ribs - not really ribs at all, but BBQ great.[p]08_13_0017_55_04_small.jpg
    [ul][li]Country Style[/ul]
  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
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    <p />Crob, sounds like what is commonly referred to as "Country Style" ribs - not really ribs at all, but BBQ great.[p]08_13_0017_55_04_small.jpg
    [ul][li]Country Style[/ul]
  • Tim and Mike,[p]Sorry I didn't get back last night. We went to a St. Patty's party. I think this cut must be the country style, bone in.[p]Celia

  • Gfw,[p]Thanks, I think you are right...mine is a long slab with a bone, but I bet it is the same cut.[p]Celia
  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,508
    CRob,
    Take a good look at the meat. If it looks real fatty, like a shoulder, do them like Gfw sez. If they are very lean and "loiny" looking cook them hot like chops. I have gotten country ribs up here that were very lean, though mostly they are real fatty. Depends where they cut 'em from.[p]Enjoy them.
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  • Nature Boy,[p]Thanks. I looked at them and if you sliced them, they would look like very small, lean, bone-in pork chops. Smithfield makes them and they are in their "lean" family. It looks like we need to slice them up and cook them quickly like pork chops. [p]C

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