Pork Spare Ribs


Pork Spare Ribs are different from baby back ribs, which come from near the backbone of a pig. One side of the spare ribs has exposed bone, where they meet the baby backs. The other side, near the breast bone, is where the rib tips are located. The rib tips are a flap of meat that has some small bones and cartilage in it.

BBQ Spare Ribs from our heritage pigs can be grilled up and be served full of flavor. Compared to baby backs, spare ribs have more meat between the bones and less meat on top. The meat on spare ribs generally has more marbling and more flavor.

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