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beeflover1 | Sep 24, 202103:16 PM     2

Have you guys seen short plate ribs? (Plate Short Ribs NAMP 123). The short plate ribs are from ribs 6-8 and are 3-bone ribs. I am not referring to the other type of beef ribs, chuck short ribs which are from rib 1-5. The differences between the two are one is from the chuck primal and the other is from plate primal. I have asked some butchers at Costco and they are completely clueless to what the differences between short plate ribs and chuck short ribs and where its from. Does anyone know in the bay area of a butcher that carries them or even a costco location?

123A Beef Plate, Short Ribs, Trimmed - AggieMeat

123A beef plate short ribs, trimmed originate from the mid-section of ribs 6 through 8.  For barbecue, these would typically be referred to as “3-bone...

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