I was in an institutional kitchen where a meal was being prepared. I saw something that made me cringe in revulsion: They were boiling ribs.

I saw them being pulled out, dripping and steaming from the unholy bath and placed upon steel containers to “rest” but not in peace and then buried which should have been the decent treatment, but to wait for the next unholy step.

Next, they were splashed with what I believe it was that vile chemical secretion known as Liquid Smoke and turned over till the already-tortured slabs were covered with it. What followed next was gallons of alleged BBQ sauce, ribs turned over again and the container covered till it was time to serve the desecrated pork remains to the public.

And they even had the gall to call it BBQ ribs.



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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. I’m sorry to say that I’m familiar with this process. The ribs are cooked in a low temp simmer, slathered in sauce, and finished in the oven to give them char.

    This is how BBQ heathens in NYC wpild make ribs in their apartments when they didn’t have yards they could put smokers in.

  2. I only “par boiled” rib once before they went on the grill….ONCE. I was hungry and in a hurry.. it took longer to cook them and they weren’t that good…

  3. Boiled ribs are great, as long as you do it properly, don’t grill them and keep BBQ sauce at least 50 yards away at all times.

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