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Bison Ribs

Big in size and flavor, our Bison ribs are some of the best. With more meat between the bones than your average shiners, we have a delicious assortment of back and short ribs to choose from. If you prefer to break down your meat, we also offer whole Bison racks, or if you’d like something specific we, of course, have our cut to order options available. Sourced from the western prairies of North America, our delicious Bison are raised on the natural grasses of their native lands and never enhanced with hormones or antibiotics. For big, bold flavor, feature Bison at your next barbecue for a healthy and delicious alternative to the usual beef or pork.
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Bison Export Ribs, Whole
from United States by Frontiere
 
Bison Back Ribs
from United States by Broadleaf
 
Bison Short Ribs, Bone In
from United States by Frontiere
 
Bison Export Ribs, Cut to Order
from United States by Frontiere
 

When it comes to cooking great-tasting ribs, the selection of the meat is just as important as the technique. Thanks to the sheer massiveness of their size, Bison ribs are an ideal meat to use. Able to stand up beautifully to any rub or marinade, they keep their shape, and thanks to their mild flavor and sweet finish, are complemented by most seasonings. These qualities make Bison a real treat for the grill and barbecue aficionados among us. When deciding which wood to use, we always recommend going for a hardwood that has mild characteristics like applewood or cherry. Though Pecan and Hickory can also be used, be careful with these as they can sometimes overpower the taste of your meats. When seasoning your meats, we recommend coating your ribs in a light layer of oil or mild yellow mustard first. Then sprinkle the dry rub liberally over both sides, but don’t rub it in with your hands. As with any marinade, you want to give it time to absorb into the meat and impart its flavors, so if you have the time, let the seasoned meats sit overnight or at least for one hour before starting the cooking process. Armed with a few of our favorite smoking tips, you are now ready to go forth and grill!

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