These are great. Here are a few suggestions: 1. Peel cavity side to expose fat. More fat will be boiled away. If rack is thick, simmer for a full hour. 2. Formulate witch's brew with beef bouillon and spices to make beef stew. After boiling ribs, chill liquid, skim fat, and prepare stew. 3. Cut ribs in 2-bone sections, paint with a variety of sauces and then refrigerate or freeze for serving as hors d'oeuvres or small meals later. 4. Painted sections carmelize nicely on grill, under broiler and even in the microwave. Sometimes I sprinkle a little bourbon on them.
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These are great. Here are a few suggestions: 1. Peel cavity side to expose fat. More fat...