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Are they baby back ribs?

 

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discription states spare ribs

 

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That does not say if they are Pork Baby Back Ribs.

 

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@lucky-girl wrote:

That does not say if they are Pork Baby Back Ribs.

 


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ok, i googled for you.

 

Baby back ribs are more tender and leaner than spare ribs, and are typically more expensive

 

 

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Corky’s are usually St. Louis ribs.
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@lucky-girl  I had the same question. I'm glad I read the fine print to find out these are Pork Spare Ribs and not Pork Baby Back Ribs. There's a huge difference in taste, fat content, tenderness and weight between the two. I'll only eat Baby Back Ribs.

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Idk what's all the fuss about Corkeys. I've had their products and honestly, I can cook better ribs at home at a better price.  I once bought their riblets and my husband, who'll eat anything, didn't even like them. I ended up throwing them away. Expensive lesson learned.