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Lamb Denver Ribs - 2 lbs.

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US Wellness Meats’ bone-in, Lamb Denver Ribs are a very attractive and sleek set of pork style spare lamb ribs. Lamb Denver Ribs have been cut in a uniform manner and are ready to be grilled with your favorite BBQ sauce and friends. The flavor of grass-fed Lamb Denver Ribs is awesome and US Wellness Meats thinks you will agree.

A lamb chef in Oregon boils the Lamb Denver Ribs for a few minutes before placing on the grill for an added wow factor.

US Wellness Meats is always interested in hearing your cooking feedback and will post your suggestions.

Two pieces of Lamb Denver Ribs average 2 pounds per package.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

US Wellness Meats’ bone-in, Lamb Denver Ribs are a very attractive and sleek set of pork style spare lamb ribs. Lamb Denver Ribs have been cut in a uniform manner and are ready to be grilled with your favorite BBQ sauce and friends. The flavor of grass-fed Lamb Denver Ribs is awesome and US Wellness Meats thinks you will agree.

A lamb chef in Oregon boils the Lamb Denver Ribs for a few minutes before placing on the grill for an added wow factor.

US Wellness Meats is always interested in hearing your cooking feedback and will post your suggestions.

Two pieces of Lamb Denver Ribs average 2 pounds per package.

All of US Wellness Meats’ lamb products are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished. If you would like more information, visit US Wellness Meats’ blog.

US Wellness Meats recommends freezing for long term storage.     

Once thawed, items may be stored for 3-5 days in the refrigerator.            

US Wellness Meats ships on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday every week. Deliveries are expected to arrive within 24-48 hours from the shipping date. 

Orders shipped via FedEx ground or express service will receive a FedEx tracking number after the order ships. 

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Yummy and tender!
Just ordered and prepared these tender little ribs...I've seen them called riblets. The quality of the meat shows in the great taste. Absolutely delicious!
From: Judith | Date: 4/27/2016 10:04 PM
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Excellent Lamb ribs
I've purchased lamb 'ribs' from other providers via the internet and none have been as good as these from US Wellness meats. You get what you see and the flavor is amazing.  I smoked mine from their raw state using indirect heat.  They were on for approximately 4-5 hours with charcoal and pecan wood that had been soaked before adding to the coals turning them when needed.  I won't order my lamb ribs from any other source. Thank you US Wellness for the quality or your product. BEWARE of other providers that advertise their ribs as ribs.  I have received "riblets"or whole unprepared rib breasts which are extremely fatty.  In fact they were mostly fat.  
From: Cassandra | Date: 5/31/2016 11:58 AM
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Outstanding!
I love lamb but this is the first time I've ever had lamb riblets. We smoked them with a black cherry juice and fig barbecue sauce…They came out absolutely outstanding! I have already added more into my shopping cart.
From: Regina | Date: 2/5/2017 12:01 PM
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Amazingly flavorful!
These lamb ribs are outstanding! The delicate lamb flavor makes it difficult to stop eating. Even the fat (a nice amount... especially if you're doing the LCHF or Keto thing) has a sweet delicate flavor. We absolutely love these ribs!

I cook them the same way I cook pork ribs: peel the underside membrane off, then little sprinkle of sea salt and let brine for 3-8 hours in the fridge. Then, dust them with a little Dolly Rib Rub (http://amazingribs.com/recipes/rubs_pastes_marinades_and_brines/lamb_paste.html) and throw them in the mighty Memphis Grill pellet smoker for several hours at 225. You want to cook them until the surface cracks a bit when you lift the end of the rack with tongs.
From: Kelly | Date: 4/13/2017 3:55 PM
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