Snake River Farms

Snake River Farms spare ribs are cut St. Louis style making them perfect for grilling, smoking or barbecuing. These are 100% Berkshire pork (Kurobuta) for a deeper red color, rich flavor and juiciness. Our spare ribs are the choice of grill masters who prefer larger, meatier ribs than our baby backs.

*Please note: Kurobuta (Berkshire) ribs are smaller in size than conventional pork and we do not recommend them for competitions.

Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds. The membrane is removed.

Kurobuta Spare Ribs

$30.00

Availability: In stock

Quantity Discounts

  • Qty Price Savings
  • 4-7 $28.00 each 7%
  • 8+ $26.00 each 14%
  • Weight: approx. 1 lb. - 1.5 lbs. per rack
  • 100% purebred Berkshire (Kurobuta) pork
  • Grown in our network of small family farms
  • All natural pork raised without added hormones
  • Hand cut by a master butcher
  • Product ships frozen and will arrive frozen or partially thawed

Snake River Farms spare ribs are cut St. Louis style making them perfect for grilling, smoking or barbecuing. These are 100% Berkshire pork (Kurobuta) for a deeper red color, rich flavor and juiciness. Our spare ribs are the choice of grill masters who prefer larger, meatier ribs than our baby backs.

*Please note: Kurobuta (Berkshire) ribs are smaller in size than conventional pork and we do not recommend them for competitions.

Due to the unique conformations of this product, approximate weights can vary up to +/- 0.5 pounds. The membrane is removed.

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Snake River Farms Spare Ribs Preparation

Snake River Farms Spare Ribs Preparation

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Review(s)

  • Best ribs I've ever had

    I used a homemade dry rub for these ribs and they were probably the best I've ever had. 3 hours of smoke and 3 hours wrapped in butcher paper at 225°. We'll be buying again.

    Posted 8/14/2019 by

  • Ribs, Ribs, Ribs

    Clearly not everyone is reading the info on the description. These ribs are small but pack a big flavor. I think they might even be as good as the baby back ribs however they are too small for competitive cooking as stated. So much better than supermarket.

    Posted 7/17/2019 by

    SRF Team : Hi James,

    Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. We hope you enjoyed the Kurobuta Spare Ribs!

  • Awesome!

    I prepped by using Traeger's pork and poultry rubbed. Put in fridge for almost 2 days. Smoke on a new trader grill using 3-2-1 method. Came out as the best ribs I ever smoked! Will order these again but only as special event as the price is above my pay scale. Thanks!

    Posted 4/21/2019 by

    SRF Team : Thank you for taking the time to review your experience with Snake River Farms. We are so happy to hear you enjoyed you enjoyed the Kurobuta Spare Ribs!

  • Excellent

    I put them in a 225 oven with a spicy rub for 5 hours——then another hour with BBQ sauce. Enough for two delicious.
    I think 5 hours was an hour too much but my husband was unusually complimentary ——-worth the price!

    Posted 3/27/2019 by

  • Big Let Down

    Considering the great quality of SRF wagyu steaks and briskets, I assumed these ribs would be that for $30 a rack, but they are not. I ordered two racks and both were small, 7-8 ribs per rack, and very thin (little meat). After smoking them, the taste of the pork was not good and almost not edible. For the same price you can get duroc spare ribs.

    Posted 3/21/2019 by

    SRF Team : Hi Dram, thank you for writing this review and bringing this to our attention! We apologize for missing the mark on these ribs. Our ribs are smaller in size due to the size of Berkshire Hogs, but should certainly have enough meat on the bones to satisfy. We have sent you an email to initiate the review process in order to make this right!

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