I saw meat at the store called chinese ribs. where do they come from?
I know its pork but where is it cut from
the meat might not be from china but the animal could of been killed and sent to china and they sent it back fully cut. basicaly everything comes from china ot thailand.
its the spare ribs cut in half, most butchers would do it for you, or you could use baby back ribs,you can also use pork loin. and the seasoning "marinade"
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