More tender than baby backs, due to a higher fat content, the St. Louis ribs are cut from the spare rib once the curved brisket section is removed. They are longer and not quite so curved as the baby backs, with an overall flatter, more uniform shape, making them a favorite contender among competition pit-masters.
Cheshire Pork St. Louis Ribs are hands down the best! I would like to keep them available to only myself but glad I'm on the right path with my rib program.
First time to purchase these ribs and am now convinced they are totally worth it! They are declicious (with Heath Riles recipe), come very conveniently packaged and required very little trimming.
They were trimmed perfectly , very well marbled. Excellent product and will be ordered again.
The ribs were great. Tender meat, plenty of marbling, and great flavor. They were a winner at dinner.
Cheshire St. Louis Spareribs are wonderful! They're flavorful, meaty and tender, just a joy to cook/BBQ them!
Unbelievable. Worth the money. I’ll never serve a guest any other bbq. The texture and taste is just off the charts.
Worths every penny! they were delicious and my Bbq Team won a competition
We have gotten 3 1st Place rib calls and a Grand Championship after swapping to these wonderful ribs ! Great marbling and awesome flavor!
Excellent flavor nicely even straight bones great marbeling
Wow were the ribs good. So much wonderful marbling I didn't have to trim them at all! They tasted so good just like I remember as a kid. (Before all the fat was breed out of modern pigs) Will be getting some more soon.