Friday, July 21, 2023

Country Style Pork Ribs

Country Style Pork Ribs ... Aren't.

It's annoyingly misleading that these things are called "ribs", isn't it?

I honestly have no idea why they are labeled "ribs", and Google really has not been very helpful in answering this question for me. 

They are actually cut from the shoulder of the pig.

Regardless, though, they are delicious.

I made some on the Weber Kettle last weekend.

They are pretty easy to make. I put charcoal in the "vortex" in the middle of my kettle and placed the "ribs" around it.

I made BBQ Sauce

I let them cook a couple hours at fairly high heat, flipping the meat about halfway through.

Then, with about an hour left, I applied the BBQ sauce.

I flipped the meat again after 20 or 25 minutes and applied the sauce on the other side and let it cook another 20 or 25 minutes.

Yummy stuff. I made way too much for the family of 4, so I have been eating left overs for lunch this past week.

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