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Bacon Ribs
Meat and Meat Dishes
North West

Ribs from baconised pork, soaked to remove the excess salt, boiled until soft and served whole, bone-in, to be eaten with the fingers accompanied by mustard.

Sometimes served as an adjunct to pea soup, or as a meal with cabbage and potatoes.


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