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BBQ Bob TrudnakBBQ Bob Trudnak Posts: 197
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<p /> Yum Yum Rib Tips Tsunami Spun!


  • Crab legCrab leg Posts: 291
    BBQ Bob Trudnak,
    Those look great, but i gotta tell ya, the term Rib tips makes me think of the infamous "McRib". That is NOT a good thing as Martha would say.

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    <p />Crab leg,
    Yeah that is a bad association. WooDoggies and I cooked some of these "Rib Trimmings" at the American Royal this year and I have been cooking them ever since.

  • ChrisCChrisC Posts: 107
    BBQ Bob Trudnak,[p]Those look terrific - where / how do you get rib trimmings?[p]Thanks,

  • BBQ Bob Trudnak,[p]Try doing them in whole pieces next time Bob. After they are cooked, then chop them with a meat clever... I find that they retain better moisture if cooked whole. After chopping, cover with sauce.

  • ChrisC,
    When you buy spare ribs, there is alot of extra meat on the rib that can be trimmed to make for a nicer looking rack of ribs. These trimmings can be cut up, seasoned and cooked seperately. They are a wonerful little snack food. [p]Here is some good reading on the rib trimmings:

  • GrumpaGrumpa Posts: 861
    sounds good to me, I did have some small ones that were a little on the dry side.

  • Scottie,
    that Bob post was mine, I made a mistake there

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