Kurobuta (Berkshire) Pork
Kurobuta Pork Baby Back Ribs
Approximately 16 lbs.
Shorter and meatier than the lower spare ribs, baby back ribs are often the rib lover’s pork rib of choice.
Most conventional pork has been bred to have as little fat in the meat as possible. Kurobuta (Berkshire) pigs have instead been encouraged to have as much marbling as possible, which increases their moistness, tenderness, and flavor when cooked.
Whether you like your ribs smoked, roasted, or braised, Kurobuta baby back ribs will yield truly delicious results
Store packages of Kurobuta short ribs in your freezer until you're ready to use them.
RECIPES & TIPS
Berkshire baby back ribs should be covered with a dry or wet spice rub and grilled, roasted, or smoked. Barbecue sauce is the most popular American accompaniment/basting medium. Traditionally baby back ribs are served as a rack, but they can of course be cut before plating to make them easier to eat.