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#6052973 - 11/27/15 01:43 PM Hog Ribs
MikeTX Offline
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Sorry for the bad pictures...but it's my first try at hog ribs. The bones are smaller in diameter than the store bought ones. I boiled in beer, seared them on the grill, dry rubbed with seasoning, and then baked in the oven for 3 hours.

Great taste!

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#6054627 - 11/28/15 01:16 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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Wild pig and Axis are about as good as it gets.....that looks tasty! cheers
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#6054900 - 11/28/15 04:19 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: SnakeWrangler]
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Originally Posted By: SnakeWrangler
Wild pig and Axis are about as good as it gets.....that looks tasty! cheers
When done properly, you are 100% CORRECT!!!!! food
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#6054967 - 11/28/15 04:59 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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I just throw some seasoning on them and throw them in the oven for a while. Love me some wild hog ribs...
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#6089039 - 12/17/15 08:57 AM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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Did that too, me and two other guys had never had them...we talk about making them all the time now...good stuff
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#6093454 - 12/20/15 02:08 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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What size hogs? All the hogs I've shot never seem to have enough meat on ribs to mess with.

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#6093517 - 12/20/15 03:10 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: Smeb]
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Originally Posted By: Smeb
What size hogs? All the hogs I've shot never seem to have enough meat on ribs to mess with.

150# range is my preference for wild hogs...a lot more meat on them than you would think....
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#6093801 - 12/20/15 06:44 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: Smeb]
MikeTX Offline
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Originally Posted By: Smeb
What size hogs? All the hogs I've shot never seem to have enough meat on ribs to mess with.


These ribs came from a 100-120lbs hog. You'd want both racks to be enough for two people. I could see where 150lbs would be the sweet spot.

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#6094066 - 12/20/15 09:22 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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we love them. All sizes. If it's a small rack, it's an appetizer . I always keep some ribs in the freezer. I don't boil them or anything, just trim them pretty well, meaning I leave a layer of fat but usually trim the thickness of it. Then just season or marinate just like any ribs and either grill or smoke.
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#6094112 - 12/20/15 09:51 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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I BBQ a lot of pork ribs, but love to fry them. Separate the ribs, season, fry in peanut oil until they have good color and start to get crispy. I often like them more crispy. Dust with a little more seasoning as soon as they come out of the oil. Thank me later. up For frying ribs I prefer pigs from 50-150 lbs. Bigger than that and I will normally BBQ or de-bone for sausage.
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#6094115 - 12/20/15 09:51 PM Re: Hog Ribs [Re: MikeTX]
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That looks great BTW!
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