I have a question about the recipe "Lao Isan Beef Satay With Coconut Milk Marinade" from Food52. Boneless short ribs or bone in?
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Per the picture, they are bone-in "Flanken" style--cut thinly across the bone. I believe this is usually what is also used in Korean short rib recipes
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