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    What's your favorite recipe for moose ribs?

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    Rick,
    Try this....
    Boil or pressure cook them in cheap beer until tender, (bone moves while in the meat.) I have a cast iron smoke box on my gas grill but you can use aluminum foil and place some wet chips into the box or foil. Crank up the fire and get it hot. Shut down one side of the grill and place the ribs on the cold side, (slathered up with Jack Daniels BBQ sauce.) Let them cook another 20 minutes or until the BBQ sauce has glazed up really good.

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    I cut them so they fit into a crock pot ( I use tree limb cutters)add my special sauce and cook them for 10 hours on low.

    1 onion copped
    1/2 cup celery chopped
    1 1/2 cup catsup
    3 cups water
    6 tbsp worcesterhire sauce
    1/4 cup lemon juice
    6 tbsp dark brown sugar
    5 tbsp vinegar
    1 tbsp yellow mustard
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/4 tsp pepper

    mix in a bowl and pour over ribs
    PEOPLE SAY I HAVE A.D.D I DON'T UNDERSTA.....OH LOOK A MOOSE !!!

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    i brine and smoke mine first... after trimming the extra meat of the outside the rib...( i leave aobut a 3/8 inch or so...) i use the meat tenderizing salt and brown sugar for the brine... with the ribs cut to 6 inch lengths.
    brine about 4 hours

    smoke them with temp below 180... takes 6-10 hours to bring met up to 165...


    then freeze till ready...

    best bet for cooking is a cast dutch oven on the wood stove all day... for you town guys use a crock pot..6-8 hours on low,and add the BBQ sauce 1-1.5 hours before serving time... you wont be disappointed.
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    Cook them next to a campfire, on a stick that holds the entire side up. Place it close to the flames, bone (inside) next to the fire. A little bit of salt is all that is needed for helping out with it.

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