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Old 04-16-2017, 09:22 AM   #1
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I love them because they cook fast. Grocery outlet has 5 lb packages for $5.95 right now.
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I love them because they cook fast. Grocery outlet has 5 lb packages for $5.95 right now.
Pace? Or Pensacola?
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A buddy cooked some the other day. He said they were good but a little work eating them. Asked what he meant and he said it was a little work getting the meat out around the bones.

For those that would like to try them that has base privileges they are $1 lb.
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Pace? Or Pensacola?
I've seen them at Greers and other stores around Pcola. Price as stated by the OP.
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I like em, some store call em country ribs I think they are the same.
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Marinated in allegro spicy and cran-mango juice, then glazed with some cheapo bbq sauce
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I love 'em!
Sometimes there are some tough bones to work around and sometimes hardly any bones at all. I agree , they cook fast and taste great!
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I like em, some store call em country ribs I think they are the same.
Country Pork ribs are sliced Boston Butts
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Country Pork ribs are sliced Boston Butts
Up here sliced BB are called pork steak. Country ribs are the riblets.
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