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There are two kinds of bison ribs; back ribs with long narrow bones, and short ribs, which come from the front of rib with short stubby bones. Both are best prepared with the addition of moisture and low heat cooking to yield very tender meat that literally falls off the bone.
The secret to remarkable ribs is hidden in the spice rubs, marinades, braising liquid and glazing sauces. Before you reach for commercial bottled BBQ sauces or a premade spice mix, give our recipes a try. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to become an urban legend.
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The unique mélange of seasonings in this slow cooking dish yields a hint of citrus flavor. Serve with thick slices of fresh, crusty ciabatta to soak up every last drop of the braising broth. >> Read More
The marinade and the braise liquid in this recipe combine to create a deep smoky flavor with hints of coffee and sweet maple syrup. If it looks like work, relax. The marinade can be done ahead and your slow cooker can braise while you enjoy a coffee.… >> Read More
What makes this dish heavenly is its simplicity. Marinate one day. Braise the next. Inhale the earthy fragrance while it simmers. The most important ingredient is the silky merlot used in the braising liquid and poured generously into the chef’s wine glass. Ideal for adults, not for… >> Read More
This is a simple and basic way to prepare perfectly tender bison back ribs. You can switch up this recipe with different spice rubs and glazing sauces, but the cooking process is always the same. From start to finish, dinner is on the table in about 3 hours.… >> Read More
This is the signature recipe from Kelly Long’s kitchen. Co Founder of Carmen Creek, this lady knows her bison. Follow it to the letter and you’ll be thrilled with the result. She insists these ribs taste even better when washed down with a cold dark beer and served with… >> Read More
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