The package of spareribs fell from under his arm, and he stooped to pick it up.
He reflected a moment, studying the spareribs, which had just arrived.
The ribs inside this cut, when cut from underneath, are sold as spareribs.
He comes back with a armful of bread and spareribs and pies.
Or look around to see if any of the party or the pack was rolling down over the spareribs of that ghastly skeleton.
He ordered roast beef hash with a poached egg, spareribs with boiled cauliflower, and two charlotte russes.
The spareribs give the cabbage a very pleasing flavor and at the same time supply nourishment to the dish.
The chines and spareribs are but slightly salted and laid on top of the bulk of neat meat.
My mother means to pay herself for the salt and the trouble of ordering it to be cured by the spareribs, the souse, and the lard.
He give her ten bushels corn, good deal of meat—back bone and spareribs.