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    Ok, try not to laugh but I've been thrown a curveball tonight. Neighbor asked me to Q for their sons birthday party. No problem I tell them. The will buy a couple butts, couple racks of pork ribs, and some salmon to smoke. All in my wheel-house so I'm all good. Then the curve. The ribs are boneless and my OCD kicks in to a damn near panic attack until I tell myself, 'back off on the time and you'll be fine'

    So am I right or am I missing a crucial point on the 'ribs'?

    Boneless ribs? Maybe you have country ribs? If they are heavily marbled they're probably country ribs, which are really just chunks of pork shoulder. Cook them up to a final temp of 203F if that's the case.


      'Pork Loin Back Ribs, Boneless'. That's the label


        You could also have this cut:

        A near-perfect boneless pork rib recipe with moist and tender results in only 30 minutes. Country-style boneless pork ribs cook fast in the oven after a brief searing and some seasoning—a great quick and easy dinner recipe with great taste.


          If you got enough skewers, you could cut them into 1" chunks and make kebabs! Your favorite marinade would work with this setup.

          These are country pork ribs as mentioned by David Parrish

          I’m not a fan of spicy things so I took out the chili sauce. We could find any sake so we just made the marinade with soy sauce, the





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