Monday, June 07, 2021

Country Style Pork Ribs

Last week, I was in Sam's Club looking at meat. I saw Country Style Pork Ribs, which is something I used to make quite a bit, but really have not made (as far as I remember) since getting my smokers.  

Seeing them made me want to have them. I bought them to smoke this past weekend.

Country Style Pork Ribs are not really ribs at all. They are actually cut from a pork shoulder (the standard pork butt that I made pulled pork from). I have no idea why they are called "ribs". Of course, I don't really understand why a pork shoulder would be called a "butt" either.

Regardless, the process to make Country Style Pork Ribs is similar to making actual ribs.

Smoke for a couple hours. Add barbeque sauce. Cook for a little more.

I ended up cooking for around 3 hours total at a temperature between 250 and 280ish. The last 30 or 45 minutes were with barbeque sauce applied.

They turned out awesome. The whole Sam's Club package is too much for a family of three, but I love having leftover barbeque for lunches. 

I'll be sure to pick these up sometime again. 

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