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Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩

Melt-in-the-mouth Ribs - just waiting to be gnawed!

Not available for Collection or Delivery : 20 - 24 December 🚩

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Melt-in-the-mouth Ribs - just waiting to be gnawed!

Free Range Pork that tastes like what Pork is meant to taste like!

Only Premium Quality, slow maturing Pork 

We use only Premium Quality, Free Range, additive-free, slow-maturing Pork which provides the most succulent of rich porky flavours and textures - from farms with impeccable provenance and world class standards of ethical husbandry 

Absolutely, totally Free Range Pork

Our Pigs are born outside - and spend almost all their entire lives outdoors in the fresh air, with freedom to roam in large paddocks, rooting around in the sandy soil and playing with their peers.

Distinctly porky flavour and succulence

By growing at a much slower, more natural rate, our Premium Quality Free Range Pork acquires a traditional, distinctly porky flavour and succulence - that has been largely forgotten amongst today's mass produced Pork.

Luscious, melt-in-the-mouth eating experience

Our Baby Back Ribs - also known as Back Ribs or Loin Ribs - are simply the top bones from the Rib Pork Chops - and make for such a luscious, porky, melt-in-the-mouth eating experience!

Baby Back Ribs are cut from where the Rib meets the spine after the Loin is removed. The upper Ribs are called Baby Back Ribs - not because they come from a baby Pig - but because they are shorter in relation to the bigger Spareribs.

Leaner than Spare Ribs they have meat between the bones - and - on top of the bones - and are shorter and usually curved

Remarkable amount of meat on them

These particular Baby Back Ribs have a remarkable amount of meat on them - that makes them extra special!

Just waiting to be gnawed

Just waiting to be gnawed Lean and tender Baby Back Ribs require low, slow cooking time to become juicy and succulent - just waiting to be gnawed off the bone

Baby Back Ribs are great for smoking, braising, Grilling, oven- baked  - or simply put on the barbecue.

The Ribs also take well to spice Rubs and Sauces.

Silky Pork - dropping away from the bone

Silky Pork - dropping away from the bone - smothered in your favourite Marinade - just waiting to be tried!

Do have a look at our How to Cook/Related Recipes Tab for some great ways to prepare your Pork Baby Back Ribs

Delivered Frozen only - for defrosting for immediate use - or for putting in the Freezer

Not available for Collection or Delivery : 20 - 24 December 🚩

Product Code:
z339

Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩

Melt-in-the-mouth Ribs - just waiting to be gnawed!

Free Range Pork that tastes like what Pork is meant to taste like!

Only Premium Quality, slow maturing Pork 

We use only Premium Quality, Free Range, additive-free, slow-maturing Pork which provides the most succulent of rich porky flavours and textures - from farms with impeccable provenance and world class standards of ethical husbandry 

Absolutely, totally Free Range Pork

Our Pigs are born outside - and spend almost all their entire lives outdoors in the fresh air, with freedom to roam in large paddocks, rooting around in the sandy soil and playing with their peers.

Distinctly porky flavour and succulence

By growing at a much slower, more natural rate, our Premium Quality Free Range Pork acquires a traditional, distinctly porky flavour and succulence - that has been largely forgotten amongst today's mass produced Pork.

Luscious, melt-in-the-mouth eating experience

Our Baby Back Ribs - also known as Back Ribs or Loin Ribs - are simply the top bones from the Rib Pork Chops - and make for such a luscious, porky, melt-in-the-mouth eating experience!

Baby Back Ribs are cut from where the Rib meets the spine after the Loin is removed. The upper Ribs are called Baby Back Ribs - not because they come from a baby Pig - but because they are shorter in relation to the bigger Spareribs.

Leaner than Spare Ribs they have meat between the bones - and - on top of the bones - and are shorter and usually curved

Remarkable amount of meat on them

These particular Baby Back Ribs have a remarkable amount of meat on them - that makes them extra special!

Just waiting to be gnawed

Just waiting to be gnawed Lean and tender Baby Back Ribs require low, slow cooking time to become juicy and succulent - just waiting to be gnawed off the bone

Baby Back Ribs are great for smoking, braising, Grilling, oven- baked  - or simply put on the barbecue.

The Ribs also take well to spice Rubs and Sauces.

Silky Pork - dropping away from the bone

Silky Pork - dropping away from the bone - smothered in your favourite Marinade - just waiting to be tried!

Do have a look at our How to Cook/Related Recipes Tab for some great ways to prepare your Pork Baby Back Ribs

Delivered Frozen only - for defrosting for immediate use - or for putting in the Freezer

Not available for Collection or Delivery : 20 - 24 December 🚩

Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩

INGREDIENTS: Free Range Pork

ALLERGEN ADVICE: For Allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see Ingredients in Bold.
Cook thoroughly

Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩

A classic Barbecue staple. These succulent meaty Pork Ribs can be cooked as they are, or coated with your favourite marinade and are left on the bone for maximum flavour and enjoyment.

Roasting Pork

Preheat the oven to Gas mark 4/ 180c. Roast the rib slowly until the meat starts to shrink back along the bones (about an hour plus).  For pork you want the internal meat temperature to be over 70˚c 158˚f+

Barbecue

The temperature of a barbeque is crucial-too hot and the food could burn –too cool and it could result in raw, under cooked meat. Make sure the coals are hot then place meat on to the bars for about 5 Minutes.  Check  to see if the meat is burning, or too cool that will give you some idea how long the meat will take to cook.  Usually on a hot  barbecue that’s about 7 minutes each side and a moderate barbecue with a lid, about 10 minutes each side. Baste and check regularly. If the barbecue is too hot you can always take the meat off it and close the vents that will slow down the burn. Pork has to be cooked through and a meat thermometer is a very handy utensil to have around the barbecue (for pork you want the internal meat temperature to be over 70˚c 158˚f+)

Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩

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Pork Baby Back Ribs 🚩