from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Pork ribs with most of the meat trimmed off.
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- n. Plural form of sparerib.
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- n. baked or roasted with a spicy sauce
- n. cut of pork from the rib section with most of the meat trimmed off
Besides the turkey and chickens there were "spareribs" and great frying-panfuls of fresh pork which, at this cold season of the year, was greatly relished by us.
Maddux had the no. 9 -- sweet and sour spareribs, egg foo young, and steamed white rice -- and a strawberry lemonade.
My favorites are the pork spareribs with black bean sauce, bitter melon, curry chicken & potatoes and braised pork belly.
Then you'll need to cook up an end-of-season maintenance plan that assures your grill still works next season so you can spend your money on spareribs rather than spare parts.
Those who finish the Over the Top Combo wet and dry Memphis spareribs, baby-back ribs, half a barbecue chicken with four sides and cornbread; $49.95 will have their photos added to the wall of fame.
Sosaties (skewered meat), kebabs, "crayfish" or kreef in Afrikaans, marinated chicken, pork and lamb chops, steaks, what seemed like ten kinds of Boerewors (sausages) of different flavors and thickness, and five racks of something that looked vaguely like spareribs.
Depending on the cut, a serving of pork can be as lean as a skinless chicken breast or as high in fat and calories as bacon or spareribs.
Not for nothing is he the patron saint of comedians and spareribs.
For this discussion, let's just stick to basic pork spareribs, and if you know what I'm about to say, apologies, someone else might not know.
Two completely different dining venues, both terrific spareribs.