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Iberico St Louis Pork Ribs

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Description of Iberico St Louis Pork Ribs

 

This item WILL be delivered frozen.  

Jamon Iberico is considered the finest ham in the world. If the ham is sooo good... what would the rest of the pig taste like? 

Thanks to Meat N' Bone, you can now taste the best Pork out of Spain, hand-delivered to your door. This is definitely the Wagyu of Pork!

WHAT MAKES JAMON IBERICO SPECIAL? WHERE IS IT SOURCED FROM?

To be called "Jamon Iberico" it must be from black iberian pigs and raised in Portugal or Spain.

This is particular piece comes from black pigs that are free range and fed on a grass and grain based diet. 

Our Pork Ribs come from Iberico hobs raised in Spain, at Farm Vera Vieja which is located in Retamal de Llerena (Badajoz, Spain). This farm stretches over a vast and rich pasture which provides the highest quality acorns, grass and excellent grazing fields for its Iberico pigs. The farm is quite big and holds itself to the highest standards. All the pigs are then processed at El Navazo slaughterhouse which is the most modern and state-of- the-art meat processing facility in Europe

Many producers produce Jamon Iberico from pigs who live indoors most of their life. This is NOT the case. These jams come from pigs who roam freely their whole life and are fed a diet of grass and grain.

BABY BACK RIBS VS ST LOUIS RIBS?

Most people assume that Baby Back Ribs and St. Louis Ribs are different meats... they are not. They are two different pieces of the same slab of meat.

Baby back ribs are cut from the top of the rib cage, near the backbone. Spare ribs  are cut from the bottom of the rib cage. The farther down the rib cage you go, the meatier the ribs become. That is essentially why spare ribs take longer to cook. Neat.. isn't it?

Note: Our Iberico ribs are processed in Spain and even though we handle them with extreme care, they do have a point bone structure that can make vacuum seal to be lost while transit. This should not affect the taste of the ribs.

Furthermore, the anatomy of this animal is fattier than other breeds and this can be often confused with freezer burn in the package.

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Reviewed by John Z.
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Amazing

These pork ribs were outstanding. We went in with the understanding that Iberico pork ribs will have less meat than standard spare ribs. The flavor was great. We smoked them with a 2-2-1 and they came out great. Wife and I took down two full racks. Shipping and all of that stuff was great.

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Incredible

I got a wagyu steak and these Iberico ribs. In my opinion the ribs are way more distinct than the wagyu. Different flavor, different texture than normal ribs (even under all the rub, sauce, and smoke)

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Good. But preferred the regular.

I love Iberico pork. Meat N Bone's Iberico chops are basically the best thing ever. And these are good. However, they are a little bit greasier than is ideal. Cooked them side-by-side with the regular St. Louis ribs and liked the standard (Comfrey farm I think) ribs better. These are not as meaty because of the additional fat, so they cooked down and almost had a fried character to them. If I get them again, I'll try shortening the time to see whether they hold up better. Flavor was still excellent. In the photo, these are in back and the regular St. Louis ribs are in front.

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