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What's a Newport style rib


I've been cutting meat for a while now and have heard a number of names for various cuts of meat from my customers but this one I have never heard of, a Newport style rib. My dad had a few of his own like a whitehouse style pork loin roast. This actually was true though, in the 40s he serviced a caterer who cooked it for the pres on occasion, or that's the story anyway. wikipedia says a Newport is the tri tip but not a roast. The only thing I know that has a tri tip in it that's a roast is a sirloin tip roast with the ball, tri tip and flap all tied together ( bottom butt).  But Newport rib, that's got me. If anyone can clarify  what a Newport roast is other than a tri tip let me know. Today a Newport style rib became a boned and rolled rib with the bones tied on but inverted, not cradled. The customer didn't know the difference so I figured, what the heck!



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Hey Iwantheoldman,

I know about the newport steak, old timers taught me about it in Atlant back early 70's,  cut a few on the north side of Atlanta where the rich folks use to live, never was a big thing.

Never heard of the newport style ribs 



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A Newport roast is a standing rib which is purchased with the rib ends (short ribs) removed.

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Around these parts, a Newport Style is a bi standing rib with the rib bones pulled away and tied back on.

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