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What butcher to get baby back ribs in Toronto?

elasticwaistband | May 9, 200703:32 PM     11

I am a contestant in a rib contest in my neighbourhood. It is just a friendly competition - 'cept I want to WIN!!

I don't make ribs that often and I am wondering where I would be best to purchase the ribs? Thinking Pusateri's, Whitehouse or Bruno's? Or Cumbrae's? Suggestions please! (Or maybe it doesn't make much of a difference. I really don't know with ribs.)

I have a signature rib recipe already, Asian style with sesame oil, chile paste and hoisin and other goodies, but if anyone has a stand-out recipe of their own, I would be pleased to receive it!!

Thanks.

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