Korean Style Short Ribs

You can find these beef short ribs at your local grocery store for around $3 per lb. They’re cut about 1/4” thick from the chuck flanken area of the beef rib which makes them perfect for quick grilling.  You’ll want to give the short ribs a good rinse under cool water when you take them out of the package.  I found that there are tiny bits of bone shard left on the meat from the butcher process.  Rinse this away and you won’t have to worry about biting down on any hard bits of bone after it’s cooked.  Be sure …

Malcom’s St. Louis Spare Ribs

St. Louis Spare Ribs The St. Louis cut ribs are simply spare ribs with the brisket bone removed.  They come from the belly section of the hog, so they contain a little more fat than loin ribs… but everyone knows that fat = flavor.  You can buy the entire slab of spare ribs and trim it into St. Louis cut ribs at home, but you can also find them pre-trimmed at most grocery stores. Once out of the package there’s a little work that needs to be done.  Flip the ribs over and trim off the flap of meat right …