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    i usually tear some meat or the chewy tendon/ligament/etc parts off for mine, but whatever works for you.

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    Growing up, we regularly fed our dog bones (except no chicken bones) and he lived to be 15 years old.

    Don't feed your dog bones!

    What's next?
    Making sure your kids don't eat dirt?

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    There is actually a diet for dogs where you feed them raw chicken, bones and all.

    http://www.canismajor.com/dog/barf.html

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    it's debatable whether raw bones are ok. i've heard mixed opinions on that, but mostly i've heard it's actually ok.

    it's NOT debatable, however, that cooked bones can splinter and kill your dog.

    bogey, maybe with time people have discovered it's generally not an ok thing to do anymore. i mean, to put it in different terms, even the stuff my mom and moms like her used to do with their kids safety-wise has changed quite a bit over the last 30 yrs because of studies that determine what's the safer thing to do. i'm not talking trivial stuff either (how you put them to bed in a crib, car seats, etc.)

    maybe your family dog lucked out or maybe you gave it stronger bones. all i know is i don't risk it with mine.

    anyway, here's some links that say why cooked bones are bad:

    Are bones bad for dogs?

    Give Your Dog A Bone

    http://www.examiner.com/x-2246-Houst...es-Good-or-Bad
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    i give my dog carne asada and she like that just sayin'...



    as far as the ribs recipe, i'm more of a pork ribs guy, but i'll def try this!

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    I'm gonna go to the pound and pick up a dog just so I can feed it bones all day long, then I'm gonna adopt a baby and feed it dirt, then I'm gonna run with scissors.

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    I'm off to the store for round II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey View Post
    I'm gonna go to the pound and pick up a dog just so I can feed it bones all day long, then I'm gonna adopt a baby and feed it dirt, then I'm gonna run with scissors.
    that's just cause you're the ****ing man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinkrat View Post
    OK, I just kind of stumbled into this after talking to the butcher today at Von's this afternoon but give this one a try. I've never cooked barbecued ribs but I swear these were the best I ever ate, and I've had my share.

    Buy some meaty beef ribs cut into individual ribs. They are usually cheap!

    Throw them in a pot and add enough water to cover them by 1/4 inch or more.

    Turn on the stove.

    Put the pot on the stove. (Prefereably over the part you just turned on).

    OK, now chop up some garlic and smash it and throw it in the pot. Add some salt and pepper to taste and maybe some heat like crushed red pepper or cayenne (sp?).

    Once it stats boiling check the clock and give it 1/2 hour or so.

    After 1/2 hour fire up the grill and get it nice and hot around 500 degrees.

    Turn down burners to medium and throw those bad boys on there meat side down to seer them. Open a beer. Leave it for a few minutes to make a nice mark and then flip it over. Finish that beer. Squirt some of your favorite BBQ sauce all over each rib and spread it around, just enough to cover it and then flip it over again and coat the other side with BBQ sauce (I used Sugar Rays honey and something), close the lid and smell the bbq goodness while you open another brew.

    Note that BBQ sauce has sugar in it so try and walk the line between heat, charring time and common sense until you get it nice and crusty on both sides.

    Add more sauce or just consume as is.
    Will this recipe work with baby back pork ribs?

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