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St Louis Style Ribs

These long, thin ribs are sold in a rectangular cut slab. Each slab/package contains 10-13 long bone ribs and will weigh between 3-4 lbs.
Price: 29.97

Pre order amount: $ 14.98
base price : $ 9.99 per 1 lb
Approximately 3.00 lb per package. The advertised price is an estimate and based on exactly 3.00 lbs. The exact price will vary based on the actual weight of your package.

What You're Getting

St. Louis Style Ribs are also known as "Long Bone Ribs", "Spare Ribs" and "Breastbone-Off Ribs". They are cut from the bottom/belly portion of the rib cage after the belly meat has been removed. The hard breast bone and chewy cartilage have been removed, leaving a rectangular shape. St. Louis Style Ribs are longer, thinner and have more fat than Baby Back Ribs so they are great for browning and are full of flavor. St. Louis Style Ribs can be interchanged with Baby Back Ribs in recipes but are larger so they need a longer cooking time. 

Each package contains 1 slab of ribs, approximately 10-13 rib bones per slab. 

Helpful Hints & Cooking Tricks

Check out our Blog Post on The Difference between Baby Back Ribs and Spare Ribs

COOKING TIP: Keep your temperature low and cook them nice and slow to keep your ribs from drying out. Use a meat thermometer to test for desired doneness. 

Farming Practices

All of our pigs here at John Henry's are fed a mix of non-GMO corn, oats, and alfalfa, and they also love to rut around in the dirt outside looking for more snacks to eat! They are raised locally, and they are never given any hormones or antibiotics. Our fields and feed are never exposed to harsh chemicals or pesticides. Our pigs are pasture-raised and spend their days being outside as much as they wish!
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