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    Alert! Wibs misinformation!

    I was browsing thru Raichlen’s Barbeque Bible site as I seldom do, and what do I see but an absconding in ignorance of one of our members hard work. mgaretz a year or three ago came up with The Blasphemy Ribs (ie.Wibs). Well in a current issue “they” have come up with something they attribute to a friend of a graduate of one of their seminars, ya know, a guy who knows a guy, and “they” call it “rib wings”. I’m lookin at em & I say rib wings my patuti, them thar is Blasphemy Ribs (also known as Wibs). We need to get the word out & defend our buddy’s & AR’s honor. Give credit where credit is due.
    Last edited by FireMan; August 10, 2021, 09:56 PM.

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    Originally posted by FireMan View Post
    I was browsing thru Raichlen’s Barbeque Bible site as I seldom do, and what do I see but an absconding in ignorance of one of our members hard work. mgaretz a year or three ago came up with The Blasphemy Ribs (ie.Wibs). Well in a current issue “they” have come up with something they attribute to a friend of a graduate of one of their seminars, ya know, a guy who knows a guy, and “they” call it “rib wings”. I’m lookin at em & I say rib wings my patuti, them thar is Blasphemy Ribs (also known as Wibs). We need to get the word out & defend our buddy’s & AR’s honor. Give credit where credit is due.
    Thanks - they did put an addendum at the end crediting me, have they removed it? I wish they would have just corrected the beginning.

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      #3
      This has been providing discussed here at length (2 pages worth). Just saying.
      https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...-ribs-rib-wing

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        #4
        It appears to still be there at the bottom.

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        • FireMan
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          It needs to be at the TOP! AND delete the rib wing thing.
          My ADD doesn’t allow me to complete uninteresting articles.
          Last edited by FireMan; August 10, 2021, 10:11 PM.

        #5
        I'm also going to invent this, probably sometime this winter. I will call them Rib Fingers. You just wait, it'll be a hit. I gotta cash in on this too.

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        • RonB
          RonB commented
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          I overheard mgaretz say he hopes you enjoy the middle finger...

        • jfmorris
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          I like it! I can't wait to get some of those Rib Fingers! Can't wait for your secret recipe.

        #6
        Stupid name. Pork wings are actually good and a completely different cut.

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        • Potkettleblack
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          And also better called by their real name... pigs don't have wings... it's just a frenched pork shank.

        #7
        I have a question. I frequently have trouble removing the membrane from the back of pork ribs. If I give up, what do you think of scoring the membrane and if so, over the bone, over the meet, or 90 degrees from the bones??

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        • Jfrosty27
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          I do that whenever I have a hard to remove membrane. Or when I am just lazy. Cross hatch pattern across the whole thing. Works great.

        • HawkerXP
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          I've found that sometimes the membrane has already been removed. What you see is just a layer of fatty material.

        • mgaretz
          mgaretz commented
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          I used to struggle with it but not any more. If you watch the Blasphemy Ribs video at https://blasphemyribs.com you can see how I do it.

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