If you want to order, pricing is as follows: INCLUDES ALL DISPOSABLES
3 Rack Dinosaur Rib – $80 no sides (add sides varies on price and selections)
Party platter Dinosaur Ribs with 2 sides (feeds 21 people)- $647
Party platter Dinosaur Ribs with 2 sides (feeds 30 people)- $1157
Party platter Dinosaur Ribs with 2 sides (feeds 48 people)- $1580
B-B-Q DINOSAUR BEEF RIBS Choice of 2 Sides: Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Street Corn on the Cob, White Cheddar Mac-n-Cheese, Green Beans, Garden Green Salad or Coleslaw with Pineapple, Creamed Spinach, Red Garlic Mashed Potato. Add extra side $2.50
DESSERTS: Chocolate Chip Cookie $1.50 pp, Cherry Jello Cake $3.00 pp, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Bar $1.50 pp. House made delicious Banana Pudding $3.00 pp
BEVERAGE ASSORTMENT: Juices, Soda’s and Water Bottles $2.50pp
You can order side dishes with the ribs, too. My full menu is available online to check out at your convenience. When ordering, please give at least three days’ advance notice to allow me to get the meat and prepare it for maximum quality and flavor.
Dinosaur ribs are a little-known cut of beef that yield a delicious dining experience when properly prepared. Order some from Russian Doll Catering today!
Have you had the opportunity to taste the culinary treat known as dinosaur barbecue ribs? This is a delicious cut of beef perfect for marinating and grilling. Read on to learn more about what it is and how to try it for yourself.
The dinosaur rib comes from the back section of a cow’s rib cage, toward the backside. A single bone can measure one foot long. It’s also considered part of the brisket, a cheap, tough, fatty meat. It can be difficult to obtain this cut of meat (because of inconsistencies in labeling depending on where you live and the grocery store you shop at), but if you do, you will be thrilled with the texture and flavor of the meat after it’s cooked. Back ribs (also known as spare ribs) are longer and have a higher fat content than the more commonly sold short ribs (taken from the cow’s plate section, under the ribs and considered part of the belly), but are also lower in cholesterol. The higher fat yields a more flavorful cut of meat when cooked, and dinosaur ribs also have more uses than short ribs, which are typically only braised (and possibly grilled after braising). Both cuts provide roughly the same amount of protein per serving, but short ribs have higher Vitamin B-12 content, and spare ribs have higher Vitamin B-6. Spare ribs are slightly more nutritious, but if you only enjoy spare ribs occasionally, your overall health will be fine, and the higher flavor is well worth it.
Dinosaur ribs are often grilled, roasted, or braised to yield incredibly tender, juicy ribs. They’re popular at barbecues because they cook well, yield high-flavor meat, and are large enough for people to share communally. People love this dish (sometimes also known as “Brisket on a Stick” or “Brontosaurus Ribs”) and anyone who’s tried it will probably recommend it to you in glowing terms if asked. I had it at some barbecues in the South and loved it so much, I wanted to bring it to the West Coast to allow this amazing dish to wow even more people.
Russian Doll Catering sells Dinosaur Barbecue Ribs you can order for a party, wedding, or other event. My recipe uses a smoker and homemade dry rub to give these ribs fantastic flavor. Other customers have loved them and I’m sure you will, too.
Dinosaur ribs are a little-known cut of beef that yield a delicious dining experience when properly prepared. Order some from Russian Doll Catering today! Call 951-660-2893 or email Info@RussianDollCatering.com