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Pork Rib Trimmings

CampCookCampCook Posts: 157
edited 1:13AM in EggHead Forum
The last time I made ribs I started with packers cut and trimmed to St Louis style. I saved the trimmings and want to have some for dinner. My thought is to grill them over a low fire to something near 190 internal. However, I have not done this before and am looking for advice.
Dave

Comments

  • Essex CountyEssex County Posts: 991
    That sounds about right to me. I cook them the same way I'd cook the ribs they were once attached to. But the cook goes a lot faster. Maybe 3 hours.
    Paul
  • Kew_el_steveKew_el_steve Posts: 354
    Try grinding them and making Chorizo. mmmmmmmmm

    If you make Chorizo, use some of it in Paella. mmmmmmm
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