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Ribs Around the World No matter where you go, there they are. Ribs. In America, it’s all about spare ribs, St. Louis ribs and baby backs, seasoned and smoked low and slow. Outside of the states, th... Read more
10 Bad to the Bone Ribs Break out the candied bacon and Kool-Aid, these recipes will take your ribs to the next level. Ginger Hoisin Glazed Baby Backs These sticky ribs pack a sweet, gingery kick. See... Read more
How to: Pork Ribs – Smoking Ribs Cut:RibsWhen it's Done:Meat pulls back and exposes ¼ inch of bone. Ingredients:2 slabs of ribs (spare or baby back)2 tablespoons dry rubGlaze or sauce (optional)Prep time: 30 m... Read more
How to: prime rib Cut:Prime Rib When it’s Done: 120°F rare 130°F medium-rare 140°F medium 150°F medium-well Ingredients:1 bone-in rib roast size depending on how may peo... Read more
Rib Racks To cook several racks of ribs at once on your smoker or grill, roll each rack into a ring with the bones standing vertically, and secure them with a bamboo skewer. Read more
Prime Rib Rubs There’s a whole universe of rubs out there that you can choose from. Here are a few of our favorite rubs. Read more
Ribs for America Make Ribs the Official Food of the USA We Americans are proud of our national symbols—the flag, the bald eagle, blue jeans—but we still haven’t settled on an official foo... Read more
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Grill the Good Stuff for Your Late Summer Bash Burgers and dogs may be staples of griling season, but when summer starts winding down, it’s time to elevate your cookout menu. These recipes showcase high-quality meats t... Read more