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    Leftover Ribs

    Not a beer post, but I have leftover ribs and very few ideas of what do with them besides eating them as they are. 3 racks of ribs are a bit much, and I'd like to change it up a bit.

    My first experiment was to break down some of the ribs and dice up the meat and fat. I then heated the meat up over medium low heat to render some of the fat and re-seasoned with extra dry rub. This worked well and I ended up with crispy pork bits which I'm currently eating over a bowl of rice.

    Anyone else have any ideas?
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    Chop em up and mix with BBQ sauce then eat on a onion bun. Makes a nice BBQ Pork Sandwich.

    Pull em apart and put on a pizza with BBQ Sauce instead of pizza sauce. Make on pita bread for a "personal" size pizza. Just put the pita on a griddle or skillet, spread with BBQ and then shredded cheese. Heat it up till the cheese melts and top with the reheated pork. Sauteed onion is awesome with the pork on the pizza.

    Shepherds pie with rib meat instead of hamburger.

    Freeze for later use in smaller portions so you don't have to thaw a bunch all at the same time.
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    Definitely going to freeze part of it.

    Shepherds pie and pizza sound amazing.

    Tonight I'm gonna have rib bits, green beans and corn bread to polish off some other leftovers.
    Two ciders please, I'm thirsty!

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