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Capt ST
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Deer ribs

Buddy shot me a couple of deer in TX this past weekend and he saved the ribs. Never dicked with them, should I just trim meat and grind or is there a way to make them taste like TJs ribses?


Flair Chops
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to the west, my soul is bound
Member since Nov 2010
33730 posts

re: Deer ribs
i usually save that cut for the buzzards and yotes and maggots


Capt ST
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Member since Aug 2011
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re: Deer ribs
Me too, but the way he prepped them I almost feel bad tossing them.


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Purple Spoon
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Hoth
Member since Feb 2005
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re: Deer ribs
They have no fat on them so its likely to never taste like TJ Ribs.

You can get something off of them but its barely worth the time.


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INFIDEL
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The couch
Member since Aug 2006
14297 posts

re: Deer ribs
I used to cook ribs all the time. Used to smother them with onions and bell pepper, add a little Italian dressing and bake until tender. Then add BBQ sauce. They were good.


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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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Member since Jan 2011
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re: Deer ribs
I make dog food out of them. Tried to cook em once and it was like eating work boots.


Flair Chops
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DieselTiger1
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re: Deer ribs
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i usually save that cut for the buzzards and yotes and maggots


I dont sick with all that.


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Capt ST
LSU Fan
Middle of the Mall
Member since Aug 2011
6870 posts

re: Deer ribs
Always found it strange that my grandpa would pluck a teal leg because it was wasting meat, yet we never ate deer ribs.


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228Tiger
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Harrison County
Member since Feb 2012
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re: Deer ribs
quote:

there a way to make them taste like TJs ribses?




Smeagol is that you?


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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
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re: Deer ribs
I was told by a close friend to try them. After I did, I wanted to break his jaw. Almost no meat, and what was there was pretty terrible.


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Vol Fan in the Bayou
Tennessee Fan
Member since Nov 2009
4155 posts

re: Deer ribs
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i usually save that cut for the buzzards and yotes and maggots


I agree. Yotes gotta eat too.


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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
21095 posts

re: Deer ribs
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eating work boots.


that is an insult to a properly prepared work boot.

At least work boots dont leave a waxy film all in the roof of your mouth for a day.



ktc227992
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Member since Nov 2011
165 posts

re: Deer ribs
I cut the meat off and grind for sausage


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Dolemite
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Lake Charles
Member since Dec 2006
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re: Deer ribs
Take your knife and cut the meat away from the bone. Between each rib makes a little thin piece of meat that tastes good fried.


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JAB528
LSU Fan
The Mexican Ocean
Member since Jun 2012
15101 posts

re: Deer ribs
I'll use them in a gravy, along with other cuts, but I've never cooked them alone, not enough meat.


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SportTiger1
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Stonewall, LA
Member since Feb 2007
4469 posts

re: Deer ribs
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waxy film all in the roof of your mouth for a day


I hate that crap.


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Teyeger
LSU Fan
Smoke Grove
Member since Sep 2011
2392 posts

re: Deer ribs
Im glad I read this. I read somewhere else where guys were eating deer ribs and would never throw them away and how good they were.

I will now keep using them for coyote bait.


faxis
LSU Fan
La.
Member since Oct 2007
7773 posts

re: Deer ribs
I've only cooked them a few times and what I did was crock pot them till tender in seasoning then before they start falling apart, BBQ them and put your sauce on. If you've left the skirt on them they're really fricking good but they definitely take more time than they're worth to get them there. Nowadays I just take the skirt for grinding and leave the ribs to the yotes and bobcats.


Hawgon
Arkansas Fan
Texas
Member since Feb 2011
1223 posts

re: Deer ribs
Sometimes, not every time, but sometimes if I feel like it, I just run a filet knife in between each rib and take that little thin section of meat out. It takes about five minutes to do all the ribs. I then cut those little thin strips up and use them as stew meat. I use the stew meat to make what I call deer tips and rice.


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