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Old 01-20-2006, 01:51 PM   #1
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Here ya go, "How to trim ribs"
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Old 01-21-2006, 04:56 PM   #2
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I filet the trimmings and grill them up real quick. Put them on a bun with a sauce of your choice and eat them up. Like a real good McRibs sandwich!
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If there is a Target near you I would recommend you try their St. Louis ribs. IIRC they are Hormel, trimmed nicely, and a good price. I stopped trimming my own when I discovered them. Having said that, I am going to try smoking the whole spare rib next time.

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I filet the trimmings and grill them up real quick. Put them on a bun with a sauce of your choice and eat them up. Like a real good McRibs sandwich!
Nick, I'm not sure what you mean by "filet". Could you be a bit more specific? Thanks.

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I filet the trimmings and grill them up real quick. Put them on a bun with a sauce of your choice and eat them up. Like a real good McRibs sandwich!
Nick, I'm not sure what you mean by "filet". Could you be a bit more specific? Thanks.

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Griff, I trim the trimmings! Take your time and cut all the meat from all of the little bones that are left. They come out small and scrappy looking, but a little rub and on the grill and you have some good eats. Just something to hold you over until the ribs are done.
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