Have a favorite recipe for preparing pork ribs in the oven, on the grill or in the smoker? Take it to the next level with pastured pork from Sparrow Hill Farm. Our pigs enjoy a smorgasbord of grasses, berries, leaves, forbs and other plants while foraging and living on the pastures of our family farm. This results in a complex, flavor profile you won't find at a grocery store.
Not sure which ribs to get? Spare Ribs tend to be a bit larger and meatier than Baby Back Ribs. They also contain more bone and fat. Some people consider them to be the most flavorful. And they require longer, slower cooking.
Baby Back Ribs are smaller and curved. They are the leanest and most tender of the ribs. Because they are smaller, they also cook faster than Spare Ribs.
Country Style Ribs are the most juicy and fatty variety. While they are not technically ribs, they are a rib-style cut that's become a barbecue favorite.