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Say in ain't so, Boneless St. Louis Ribs at Costco.

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    Say in ain't so, Boneless St. Louis Ribs at Costco.

    Costco now has bone-in and boneless St Louis Ribs.
    Time for this old man to do more research for St. Louis style ribs without bones.
    A bone-less rack of ribs? Sounds wrong, mal-adjusted, but you know if I'll have to give them a try. If they are still in stock.
    Would they come from Non-binary, from non-gender beef?


    #2
    Trying to envision what part of the pig a boneless rib comes from

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      #3
      Sorry. That just seems wrong to me. Something about chewing meat off a bone seems right to me.

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      • treesmacker
        treesmacker commented
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        Yep, chewing down to the bone, and then the savory flavor off the end of those bones is very special for me!
        🍖🍖🍖🍖🍖🍖🍖

      #4
      Just picture pigs instead

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      • FireMan
        FireMan commented
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        My thoughts instantly when I saw the title. L👍

      • Bkhuna
        Bkhuna commented
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        My favorite Far Side.

      #5
      I have bought boneless baby backs from Sam's before and they were actually very good. I assume they are the meat just on top of the bones. I haven't seen them in many years and never in Costco.

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      • Jerod Broussard
        Jerod Broussard commented
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        Wouldn't that be just pork loin??

      • mgaretz
        mgaretz commented
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        Maybe, but it was very well marbled and didn’t seem like loin (or shoulder). It was also quite thin, so I am thinking it was the same meat as the rib.

      • Jerod Broussard
        Jerod Broussard commented
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        "Marbled pork loin" definitely not a common phrase

      #6
      Costco was out on boneless ribs but got bone-in Ribs.
      Next Time. should have to get them when the getting was good.

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      • Bkhuna
        Bkhuna commented
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        Try the elusive semi-boneless ribs if you see them.

      • bbqLuv
        bbqLuv commented
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        You know I will try the semi-boneless if I can find them.
        Would they be near the pallets of PBR?

      #7
      I’ve seen boneless country style ribs at Costco before but it’s basically a shoulder cut into what appeared to be 2”x8-10” pieces. I’ve never seen or heard of boneless St. Louis ribs or boneless baby backs. Weird.

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        #8
        That doesn’t sound right. I could see it for back ribs since most of the meat is above the bones. St Louis ribs have most of the meat between the bones and I thought the belly is above the bones.

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          #9
          Not 100% certain, an by no means any kinda 'Expert', but I do believe, (perhaps mistakenly), that St Louis style ribs are derived from pork critters, an not so much beef.
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; February 26, 2021, 11:47 PM.

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          • Henrik
            Henrik commented
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            Nah, don't be like that, Mr. Bones, throwing yer fancy education and big words around, making us all look bad. Not everyone here knows the difference between porcine and bovine ;-) :-) :-)

          • HawkerXP
            HawkerXP commented
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            If anyone knows about bones it should be...... well.......Mr. B

          #10
          Why? Just..... why?

          Is it still a rib without the bone? Perhaps a McGrib?

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          • bbqLuv
            bbqLuv commented
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            That was my thought exactly.

          • Mr. Bones
            Mr. Bones commented
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            Yup. Zackly.

          #11
          I picked up a pack of spares last week and when i separated them to single packs to freeze, one of the racks was almost boneless like. It was very strange. I didn’t spend much time examining this one rack, but thinking back I wonder if its boneless? I don’t think it is but it was an odd rack of ribs for sure!

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            #12
            One day, someone is going going to start a thread on DIY McRibs.

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            • Mr. Bones
              Mr. Bones commented
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              Been a whole lotta on YT, lately...

            #13
            Are these by any chance pre-cooked? That would be the easy answer.

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              #14
              Maybe it's magic.
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7MhiyI6S-E

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              • Max Good
                Max Good commented
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                Do you know this piece?
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJNsA67hVzg
                Last edited by Max Good; February 27, 2021, 07:12 PM.

              • JCBBQ
                JCBBQ commented
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                Huh. Did they base the HP theme song on that?

              • Max Good
                Max Good commented
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                The HP theme music is based on Fauré's Sicilienne.

              #15
              Found this on YouTube

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