Spare cut into St. Louis style

Bytor

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I bought a somewhat large rack of spares, at about 6.5 lbs. I trimmed them down to a St. Louis style. That left me with some good rib tips to use up. I forgot to get a before photo...
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Tips were pretty nice too.
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Ribs went on for a full 3-2-1, while the tips went on for 2.5 hrs then mopped with some Bullseye, wrapped in foil and back in for another 2 hrs.

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Space got a little tight, but it all worked out well.

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I tossed on some sausage for the last 40 minutes and all was good.

This was the first time I cut apart spares into St. Louis style. Based on the cost and the amount of meat I ended up getting, I will be doing this again. The trimming took no more than 10 minutes or so and I ended up with a decent amount of ribs.

Obviously, there were no leftovers....
 

Bytor

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Wow, those absolutely look great! Gonna add those to my "to grill" list! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks, it was an easy trim and the tips are an added bonus. My local Kroger has been putting these on sale from time to time. They are a great find, for sure.
 

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