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Pork Button Ribs



Pork Button Ribs are not really ribs. Rather, they are a cut of the last 4 to 6 bones of the backbone from the spinal area at the back end of the pig, just before the hip area starts.

Further up on the pig, ribs will be attached to the backbone. Here, in this area, they aren't. Thus, there are no proper ribs here.

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Pork Ribs

Baby Back Ribs; Country Style Ribs; Danish Ribs; Kansas City Style Ribs; Pork Button Ribs; Pork Rib Chops; Pork Rib Eye Chops; Pork Rib Tips; Pork Riblets; Pork Ribs; Pork Side Ribs; Slab of Ribs; Spare Ribs; St Louis Style Ribs

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Also called:

Flat Bone Ribs

Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Pork Button Ribs." CooksInfo.com. Published 23 January 2006; revised 07 November 2007. Web. Accessed 12/17/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/pork-button-ribs>.

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