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  • Sweetheart Ribs
    100%
    Ribs like these are hard to find in Japan. I think that they are actually quite cheap. Best done slowly in the smoker with a mustard or apple based sauce. Really good.
  • Sous vide it!
    100%
    These little babies done up with some spices using a sous vide to slow and low cook them. Then onto the grill to sauce them up for a few minutes, yowza!
  • Succulent!
    100%
    Age: Over 60
    Slow-cooked in the oven and finished on the grill, these ribs were delicious, a big hit with the whole family. Very tender, juicy, and tasty. Will definitely buy again.
  • Baby back
    100%
    Gender: Male
    Age: 30 - 39
    Everyone loved them. Dry rubbed overnight in aluminum foil. Then grilled them in the foil for about an hour. Unfoiled and grilled with sauce for 2 minutes. They just fell off the bone. Even my toddler loved them!
  • Best. Ribs. Ever.
    100%
    Gender: Male
    Age: 40 - 49
    Oh man these are so tasty and easy to cook up. Wish I could eat them everyday!!
  • Good in the Instapot!!
    100%
    Gender: Male
    Last time we bought a case and put them in the chest freezer. Defrost, put on a decent rub, add apple cider vinegar, coriander, Worcester sauce, and any unused hot sauce in the pot. Cook for about 20 minutes in the pressure cooker. After, smother with BBQ sauce. Finish them off in the oven for 10-12 mins. Delicious, messy finger food. Pretty much every Sunday lunch for us!
  • "The other, other white meat" ribs, done two ways.
    100%
    Gender: Male
    So, I did the Sacramento just thing and started off by boiling the ribs first. Before you start throwing things out of your screen, and sending me malicious messages, let me explain. I had a hankering for ribs, and didn't want to wait for them to defrost a couple of days. So, I started off by boarding those babies.

    The good news, though, is that they turned out great! I boiled ribs until they were soft and white, then set them on a wire rack to drain. After that, it was off to my small Japanese grill.. the same that you have built into your stove, that your wife only lets you cook fish on. I turn that baby on high and added a bit of char to the outside, then slab it on a bunch of my homemade sauce and cook that up until I got a bit of a char and they looked beautiful. End of story, Chow down enjoyed them. Shared them with some friends, they love them too!
  • My freezer
    100%
    Gender: Male
    Age: 30 - 39
    My freezer always feels empty when I don't have these on hand.
    And I always have these on hand.
    Delicious and easy to make.
  • シチューに。
    100%
    Gender: 男性
    Age: 50代
    以前はBBQで頂いていたのですが、冬季はシチューにしています。トマト缶で玉ねぎと担っ刃と煮込むだけで本当に美味しいシチューの出来上がり。お肉はほろほろで本当に美味しいです。
  • Slow Cooked Miracle
    100%
    Gender: Male
    Age: 40 - 49
    I get these, use a dry rub overnight and then cut the racks in half and stack them in the slow cooker with some chopped onion and a generous barbecue sauce. They don't need all day - 4.5-6 hours is enough and they are genuine, fall-off-the-bone goodness! Another thing I no longer miss from home because I'm pretty sure these days mine are better. Thanks to Mr. Meatguy.

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