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Oct 8, 2009 07:03 AM

Source for boneless short ribs

Anyone know of a good source?

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    1. re: c oliver

      I second Costco, quite inexpensive and well marbled.

    2. McKinnon's in Davis almost always has them thinly sliced for stirfrying (basically satay size) and at least in the summer you can usually get larger (rectangular) pieces off the shelf or just call ahead and have them set some aside from you. I also bought some recently at the Hong Kong Market in Malden, but its been a couple of weeks.

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      1. re: itaunas

        McKinnon's in Everett also has them regularly

      2. I've seen them at WF in Brighton.

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        1. re: CookieLee

          WF on Washington St. in Newton, too.

          1. re: sushidad

            I've gotten them there, and at the Walnut Street one. I actually found them to be too lean on a couple of occasions. I think Restaurant Depot in Needham usually has them, in large quantities, of course. I've only cooked the ones on the bone recently (from Roche Bros. and Restaurant Depot).

        2. you mean cross cut short ribs? i saw them both fresh and frozen the other day at hong kong market in allston. you can also find them at most korean markets

          1. H Mart has very high quality boneless short ribs - Naturewell brand, a National Beef product, and while I'm no fan of National Beef, it's a step in the right direction.