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Wild boar ribs #5309784 09/16/14 06:25 PM
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I shot a 80lb pig over the weekend and haven't been able to find any good recipes for pork ribs. seeing as they are a lot leaner than what you buy at the store does anyone have any good tips on how to cook these.

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I hope you didn't cut the flank off the ribs. If not cook them just like any other rack of ribs. They likely wont come out quite as good as domestic but are still good. I start mine unwrapped and wrap them in foil after a few hours to keep from drying out.


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^^^^ this ... I smoke low temp for a couple hours with heavy fruit wood smoke, usually using a mop sauce or spray with apple juice/vinegar mix while smoking to keep moist, then wrap in foil to actually cook them (kinda steams them tender in the foil).


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Originally Posted By: redchevy
I hope you didn't cut the flank off the ribs.


If you did, there will be too little meat remaining.

Re: Wild boar ribs [Re: Sand_Fly] #5310372 09/16/14 11:56 PM
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The flank is still on the ribs. It was a very healthy sow so there is a pretty good amount of meat on them. This should help out. Thanks

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Re: Wild boar ribs [Re: Sand_Fly] #5310988 09/17/14 11:53 AM
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season them up hit on the grill till they get a nice color wrap them in foil with some beer and put them back on the grill to the side let them hang out their for at least 2 hours, they will fall apart. get some hoagie buns and pull the meat off and put them on the bun with bbq sauce.



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I guess I am weird, but if they are cooked right, no sauce needed drink7


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I guess I am weird, but if they are cooked right, no sauce needed drink7
You may be weird..........but I 100% AGREE!!!!! food


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Smoke the whole pig wrapped in foil... that's the only time I spend the effort of ribs

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