I'm currently shopping for a meat cleaver that can help me chop up pork ribs. Those are the biggest bones I'll probably ever cut up in my kitchen. I'm considering the Dexter-Russell 7 inch stainless steal heavy duty cleaver and was wondering if that would be a good choice for this task?
I'd also love to hear other recommendations as well if there are better choices out there. My mother owns an old Chinese cleaver that chops through pork ribs like a dream. She brought it back from Hong Kong years ago. I tried to buy one for myself from a Chinese grocery store and that thing can't even chop chicken bones properly despite applying all my strength to it!