Compared to spare ribs, baby back ribs contain more meat, are easier to handle (because they're shorter), and contain less fat. And because they're sourced from our woodland-raised pigs, they also provide higher concentrations of minerals and vitamins, flavor, and meat quality.
They're also accessible for any type of cook, from the beginner to the adventurous, do-it-yourself foodie. They can be oven-roasted, grilled, slow cooked, or smoked - but whatever your preference, they're guaranteed to be delicious.
Planning ahead? One "rack" of ribs should feed 1-2 adults.
Did you know? Baby back ribs are connected to the backbone of a pig, beneath the loin muscle, right where it curves to meet the spine - giving them their distinctive shape!