Country-Style Ribs

Shown: Chili-Orange Country-Style Ribs

In the Meat Case

Butcher Tips

Do not use a fork to turn the pork cuts as they cook. The piercing causes juices to escape. Use tongs to turn.

Country-Style Ribs Basics

Description: Country-style ribs are cut from the sirloin or rib end of the pork loin. The meatiest variety of ribs, country-style ribs are sold either as “slabs” or in individual servings. These pork ribs are perfect for those who want to use a knife and fork.

Ribs are commonly prepared with either “wet” or “dry.” Ribs rubbed with a mixture of herbs and spices are called dry ribs. Such rubs can be applied just before barbecuing. Ribs basted with sauces during the barbecuing process are called wet ribs. For best results, brush ribs generously during the last 30 minutes of cooking.

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