Best cooking method:
Neck bones are inexpensive, easy to work into a number of dishes, and full of flavor. If you haven’t yet tried pork neck bones in your spaghetti sauce, do it now. Or use them to make a soul food/Southern-inspired gravy and rice. Josh Applestone likes to boil then bake them, and cover them with sauce. Check out our blog post on cooking pork neck bones.
We keep our bones in our retail freezer, not in our vending machines. So if you’re in the market for neck bones, make sure to visit us during retail hours.
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