faxis LSU Fan La. Member since Oct 2007 7773 posts
re: Deer ribsPosted by faxis on 1/30/13 at 10:15 am to Teyeger
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 ribsPosted by Hawgon on 1/30/13 at 10:40 am to faxis
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.