Member’s Mark Pork Loin Back Ribs, Cryovac (3 racks per bag, priced per pound)

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Ribs are one of America's favorite meats! Marinate it with the seasoning or sauce of your choice and bake or grill. The meat is so tender—you can't go wrong with any way you cook them.

About this item

  • Always fresh, never frozen
  • No added solutions
  • Pork raised with no growth promotants or added hormones
  • Product of USA
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Member’s Mark provides high-quality pork with no added solutions or ingredients for our members. Our selection of pork is perfect for every occasion, whether you are enjoying a quick weeknight meal, or hosting a weekend barbecue. All products are fresh and never frozen with no added preservatives, hormones or steroids. Visit your Sam’s Club meat department for fresh Member’s Mark pork that is cut fresh daily.

What are Pork Loin Back Ribs?

Also known as baby back ribs, back ribs, or loin ribs, these ribs are cut from where the rib meets the spine after the loin is removed. Since the upper ribs are shorter in relation to the bigger spareribs, they are called baby back ribs. Baby back ribs are very tender and lean, making this form of pork loin a healthy choice.

Tips for Cooking Pork Loin Back Ribs

Cooking these ribs is best done in the oven at a low temperature for a long period of time. You can start by preheating the oven to 250°F. Then, place the ribs meat-side down on aluminum foil and slice the back of the ribs several times with a knife. Next, generously apply a coating of your favorite dry rub. Fold the foil around the ribs to make a tight seal and transfer them to a sheet pan. Bake for about two hours in the oven until tender. Next, increase the temperature to 350°F, open the foil, drain the juice, brush on sauce and bake for an additional 10 minutes.


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