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Deer Rib Receipe #8482963 12/21/21 07:45 PM
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I watched this video on you tube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAKypGP-pDw

Don't throw out your Deer Ribs!!! If you get all the fat off and cook like in the video, they are amazing!!!!![Linked Image]

Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8483008 12/21/21 08:21 PM
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looks great. I could probably eat all of them clap

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I'm a fan of deer ribs myself. I like them smoked, or fried.

Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8483073 12/21/21 09:29 PM
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Take the ribs and put them in one of those Instapots for 30 minutes under pressure. Take them out of the pot and put them under a broiler or on a grill for a few minutes per side covered in whatever BBQ sauce you like to crisp them up.

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Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8483165 12/21/21 10:58 PM
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No such thing as a good deer rib. I’ve tried a lot of different ways. I think they are best served raw. That’s the way my bird dogs like them.

Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8483213 12/21/21 11:57 PM
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my Dad years ago would keep the ribs and cook them - I think I will pass


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Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8483645 12/22/21 03:03 PM
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Combine equal parts deer ribs and trash can. Profit.


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Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8484149 12/22/21 11:48 PM
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Sorry to ask, it’s Venison, why would they taste bad?
I guess I would have to ask the processor for them if I wanted them.

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Clean them up good and season with your favorite seasoning. Put in a pressure cooker on high covered in chicken or beef broth for 30 minutes. Then remove and throw them on the grill to give them a little char. Can baste with your favorite sauce while on the grill and i promise you will have some mighty fine eating. Wife, kids, friends at camp all love them and most think they actually taste better than back strap! Sorry I tossed them for so many years.

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Put them in here



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Deer ribs have always been a deer camp favorite for my family. I call this the "Jimbo Method" because my brother is the master at cooking them.

Raw rib on pit.
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Crisped on grill.
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After crisp, slower cooked until done through.
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Separate individual ribs & put in a pan of sauce.
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Steam in a foiled sealed pan of bbq sauce & water. (This was started & we went off for the afternoon hunt usually).
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Fred Flinstone sized deer ribs at camp! Nothing better or more appropriate!
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Originally Posted by pertnear
Deer ribs have always been a deer camp favorite for my family. I call this the "Jimbo Method" because my brother is the master at cooking them.

Raw rib on pit.
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Crisped on grill.
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After crisp, slower cooked until done through.
[Linked Image]

Separate individual ribs & put in a pan of sauce.
[Linked Image]

Steam in a foiled sealed pan of bbq sauce & water. (This was started & we went off for the afternoon hunt usually).
[Linked Image]

Fred Flinstone sized deer ribs at camp! Nothing better or more appropriate!
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Looks darn good to me!


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Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8485053 12/23/21 07:50 PM
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If you lucky enough to getbyou a deer with some meat on the ribs. They are darn good.


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Re: Deer Rib Receipe [Re: roughpasture_98] #8487106 12/26/21 04:44 PM
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I’ve had them bbq and fried, I liked both.

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