Being of a suspicious nature, I first need to know if this is an on-site consumption or a delivery proposition. I have a secondary question regarding cost of transportation - me to the ribs or the ribs to me - but that can wait for the answer to the gourmandization location problem.
I would assume one would have to go to the moon to eat it. Or have someone bring you some back if you didn't want to make the trip. During space travel, of course, the ribs would stay in fresh condition and inspected for any contamination.
Listen to me, my friends - eating the Moon, though tasty, will not solve our Earthly problems. Truth is, we need the moon to guard us from meteorites and to stabilize Earth's axis, not to mention it is needed to regulate tidal movements.
In addition, I wonder how many young lovers have wished upon a star or kissed under the moon? If it is eaten, what shall take its place? Our ancestors discussed this very same issue, but decided to eat Atlantis instead (the ancient Greeks found out it was made of chocolate-chip cookie dough).
So, because of these reasons and more...I must object to eating our Moon. Now, if you feel that you cannot control yourself and must eat a moon, please consider one of Jupiter's dirty dozen.
I'm pretty sure that's what the ravenous Sarah Christina meant when she said, "If the moon was made of BBQ spare ribs, would you eat it? I know I would, heck I'd have seconds and then I'd polish it off with a tall, cool Budweiser." Busted! :0)