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  • Time for BBQ Black Bear Ribs!!!!

    I got my first bait station bear last month with the RugerSuper Redhawk 454 Casull-5, Linotype255gr SWC, doing 1600fps, from 3yds in a ground blind. (Ahr Ahr Ahr) That was exciding! Enough with the formalities. I want to BBQ theribs and cut off all the large flat pieces of meat off the ribs. Should I haveleft those on or would that have fallen off when cooked? Also in future referents,how do you process the ribs, starting with the whole rib cage? (Meaning the appropriate cuts)

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    I cut the meat off the ribs on all my game except moose and it goes in my jerky/sausage pile.
    Responsible Conservation > Political Allocation

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    • #3
      Originally posted by ASUS-DAG View Post
      I got my first bait station bear last month with the RugerSuper Redhawk 454 Casull-5, Linotype255gr SWC, doing 1600fps, from 3yds in a ground blind. (Ahr Ahr Ahr) That was exciding! Enough with the formalities. I want to BBQ theribs and cut off all the large flat pieces of meat off the ribs. Should I haveleft those on or would that have fallen off when cooked? Also in future referents,how do you process the ribs, starting with the whole rib cage? (Meaning the appropriate cuts)
      What I usually do with any ribs is cut them in half or thirds.......whatever size you think you'd like, then boil them slowly for awhile to tenderize them. Slap some bbq sauce on them and onto the bar-b they go. After boiling them awhile, a bit of the fat will fall off....
      Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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      • #4
        AAAAAAH Blasphemy boiling ribs lol. I like my bear ribs meaty I cut them in half then cut them in 4 rib pieces. I throw the ribs on the grill for a little bit and then put them in a pan, cover with tinfoil and bake at a low heat till the meat falls from the bone.
        I once held the yardstick of anothers perfection, I threw it down and carved my own................

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        • #5
          Originally posted by thunder chicken1 View Post
          AAAAAAH Blasphemy boiling ribs lol.
          Whatever flips your prop, or trips your trigger......lol. You notice I said "usually" and that was referring to moose mostly. But I have been known to cook sheep ribs over an open fire on the side of a mountain at times too. I'm sure that would work just as nicely on a young berry fed blackie as well.....
          Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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          • #6
            I also prefer to boil my moose ribs first
            Responsible Conservation > Political Allocation

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            • #7
              Originally posted by hoose35 View Post
              I also prefer to boil my moose ribs first
              Yes, they can be pretty tuff is ya don't........especially a big old bull.
              Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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              • #8
                Not bear, but I pressure cook my deer ribs for 20-30 minutes, which is just long enough to dissolve the excess fat off them, and tender them up. Then I put on a rub or sauce, and finish them in the oven, broiling them until they're done. Works great!

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                • #9
                  Heres how you do ribs.
                  Bake at 400 for 20 minutes
                  Remove and cook in pressure cooker for 40 minutes
                  Remove and put back in oven for 15 minutes with your bbq sauce or whatever on top.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by sh View Post
                    Heres how you do ribs.
                    No.....that's how YOU do ribs....
                    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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                    • #11
                      I found an awesome way to make game ribs and lots of other things this year: sous vide. I put them in a vacuum sealed bag and submerge it for 48 hours in water heated to exactly 135 degree (F) using an immersion circulator (mine is an Anova, but there are other brands). Then I finish them very quickly on a hot charcoal grill. The long cook time makes them extremely tender, and they still come out medium rare!
                      Jason
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Troutnut View Post
                        I found an awesome way to make game ribs and lots of other things this year: sous vide. I put them in a vacuum sealed bag and submerge it for 48 hours in water heated to exactly 135 degree (F) using an immersion circulator (mine is an Anova, but there are other brands). Then I finish them very quickly on a hot charcoal grill. The long cook time makes them extremely tender, and they still come out medium rare!
                        Now that sounds like a good idea. However I looked up those cookers and they seem pretty spendy...???
                        Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 4merguide View Post
                          Now that sounds like a good idea. However I looked up those cookers and they seem pretty spendy...???
                          Meh...just use a crock pot. Lol.

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                          • #14
                            You don't want med rare bear ribs...ever heard of trichinosis?

                            Off another hunting site.... http://www.rokslide.com/forums/showt...ting-Bear-Meat!!!!!!!!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by pipercub View Post
                              You don't want med rare bear ribs...ever heard of trichinosis?
                              I guess a guy needs to check temp when he feels it's med-rare. Personally I've always liked meat cooked med-rare as well. But when it comes to bear I've always gone for med. It would be interesting to see temps for both....
                              Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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