Pork Baby Back Ribs are cut from where the hog's rib meets the spine after the loin is removed, and are called "baby" simply because they're shorter compared to spare ribs. These tender ribs can be prepared indoors or out on the grill.
After harvest our pork is hung for 7 days before the fresh pork like our Pork Baby Back Ribs are cut and sealed in thick vac pac to maintain freshness even in your freezer.
Our Blue Silo Pork begins with hogs sourced direct from local producers and hand-fed to finish on a corn ration, a complex flavor you're family's sure to notice at the dinnertable. Our hogs enjoy fans and shade in the summer and extra bedding in the cold winter months in specially designed pens we can clean out to minimize disease and flies.
Each package contains one rack of 10-13 ribs that will feed 2 people. Total package weight ranges from 0.8-1.5 lb. Heat before serving.
Pork Baby Back Ribs should be cooked to 145 degree internal temperature.
How to make BBQ Baby Back Ribs in the Slow Cooker by The Kitchn
Texas Style Baby Back Pork Ribs on the Grill by The Spruce Eats