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Pork Baby Back Ribs

Pork Baby Back Ribs

Lean, tender, and full of meat, these baby back ribs should be the star of your kitchen.

Baby back ribs are considered the most popular rib type in the country - and for good reason.

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!