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Old 05-06-2006, 08:19 PM   #1
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Danish ribs

I got a good deal on some Danish ribs today, $13 for 10lbs.
Iwas wondering if anybody has tried them, if so what did ya' think?
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Old 05-06-2006, 08:34 PM   #2
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ok, here's my humble opinion..

Danish ribs were sold in restaurants at high prices, creating the impression they were the filet mignon of ribs.

Danish ribs are smaller and less meaty than our normal bb's.

Danish ribs are easier for restaurants to cook quickly.

At some point, some kind of food safety issue somewhere ceased the
import of Danish ribs. When the ban was lifted, the ribs were re-introduced at low prices to try to get them popular again.

I bought them at that point, and was not happy with the amount of
meat on the bones. Kinda like eatin chicken ribs.

Imho. IIRC.
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ok, here's my humble opinion..

Danish ribs were sold in restaurants at high prices, creating the impression they were the filet mignon of ribs.

Danish ribs are smaller and less meaty than our normal bb's.

Danish ribs are easier for restaurants to cook quickly.

At some point, some kind of food safety issue somewhere ceased the
import of Danish ribs. When the ban was lifted, the ribs were re-introduced at low prices to try to get them popular again.

I bought them at that point, and was not happy with the amount of
meat on the bones. Kinda like eatin chicken ribs.

Imho. IIRC.
I talked to Bruce earlier, he pretty much said the same thing.
I did buy 'em and i'm gonna' try 'em
Maybe on the inlaw's next weekend
I never knew there was that much history on them, thanks for the info Cap
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ok, here's my humble opinion..

Danish ribs were sold in restaurants at high prices, creating the impression they were the filet mignon of ribs.

Danish ribs are smaller and less meaty than our normal bb's.

Danish ribs are easier for restaurants to cook quickly.

At some point, some kind of food safety issue somewhere ceased the
import of Danish ribs. When the ban was lifted, the ribs were re-introduced at low prices to try to get them popular again.

I bought them at that point, and was not happy with the amount of
meat on the bones. Kinda like eatin chicken ribs.

Imho. IIRC.
I talked to Bruce earlier, he pretty much said the same thing.
I did buy 'em and i'm gonna' try 'em
Maybe on the inlaw's next weekend
I never knew there was that much history on them, thanks for the info Cap
Always bets to try stuff on the inlaws! #-o
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Old 05-07-2006, 07:56 AM   #5
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Puffy, I used to cook them when they were dirt cheap. I agree they're not awfully meaty, but not too bad either. Try grilling them vs. smoking.
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Old 05-07-2006, 07:22 PM   #6
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Puffy, I used to cook them when they were dirt cheap. I agree they're not awfully meaty, but not too bad either. Try grilling them vs. smoking.
No precooking or anything?
Just throw them on the grill
Thats the way the wife likes 'em
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What a dull thread this turned out to be... #-o
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What a long.... Strange trip it's been......
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Yeah, I was hopeing for a real slug fest! Kinda like the 1 that got deleted this morning! That would have been a 7 pager by now! :lcry:
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