Recommend Publix home cooked Pork Spare ribs

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Recommend Publix home cooked Pork Spare ribs
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Old 11-03-2018, 04:15 PM
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I purchased a small rack of Publix frozen pork ribs this week. Never tried cooking my own before. Got a slow cooker "cook in the bag" bag and cooked the ribs all day today. They were beyond excellent. Much meatier and tastier than anything we have had at a rib place.

Went back to buy more ribs and unfortunately they are sold out, but suggest you watch for them because they are really great. My pork rib rack cost under $10.
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Old 11-03-2018, 04:29 PM
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I purchased a small rack of Publix frozen pork ribs this week. Never tried cooking my own before. Got a slow cooker "cook in the bag" bag and cooked the ribs all day today. They were beyond excellent. Much meatier and tastier than anything we have had at a rib place.

Went back to buy more ribs and unfortunately they are sold out, but suggest you watch for them because they are really great. My pork rib rack cost under $10.
Mmm - sounds great. Are they in available plain or are they in a BBQ sauce? If so, is it sweet?
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I purchased a small rack of Publix frozen pork ribs this week. Never tried cooking my own before. Got a slow cooker "cook in the bag" bag and cooked the ribs all day today. They were beyond excellent. Much meatier and tastier than anything we have had at a rib place.

Went back to buy more ribs and unfortunately they are sold out, but suggest you watch for them because they are really great. My pork rib rack cost under $10.
That sounds great...But one better. They ( Publix ) has a recipe near the Sea Food Dept. for Baby Back Ribs.

In the oven out of this world !
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Old 11-04-2018, 06:16 AM
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Mmm - sounds great. Are they in available plain or are they in a BBQ sauce? If so, is it sweet?
The ones I purchased were plain ribs, no sauce. They have a freezer case in the middle of the aisle across the back of the store and sometimes they have whole sides of salmon and cod. The ribs were in that case, but like I said they did not last the day.
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