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Any advice for side ribs?

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  • eddiecalder
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    • Apr 2016
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    • canada

    Any advice for side ribs?

    Had a friend ask me how to smoke some side ribs and I didn't really have any idea. All I've ever done is baby backs and St.Louis. Any tips?
  • boftx
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    #2
    If you're talking pork, then that sounds like another name for spare ribs. If you're talking beef, then that's short (or plate) ribs. Cook 'em until probe tender, like always.

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    • eddiecalder
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      • Apr 2016
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      • canada

      #3
      I did mean pork ribs. Kinda important info I left out.

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      • HorseDoctor
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        Then I would guess that "side ribs" is another name for spareribs.
    • eddiecalder
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      • Apr 2016
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      #4
      Everything is named different here in Canada and it often confuses me when looking for recipes.

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      • Dr ROK
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        Spare ribs are located further away from the back (baby back) ribs, so it would make sense to call them sides.
    • HorseDoctor
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      • Sep 2014
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      • Central Iowa

      #5
      Sorry, I missed the Canadian source. According to Canadian Living, side ribs are what we call spare ribs.

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      • eddiecalder
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        • Apr 2016
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        #6
        ^^^^
        Thanks everyone

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