Ribs - Recipes and Information on smoking or grilling pork ribs
About BBQ Ribs
Great BBQ Ribs are great barbecue, don't settle for anything less than the best you can cook and leave restaurant ribs far behind.
Barbecue Ribs on a Gas Grill
Getting good ribs with a genuine barbecue flavor from a gas grill is a challenge. Gas grills are great for hot and fast cooking but not so good when you need to turn a rack of ribs into tender, smoky barbecue. There are some tricks you can use however. To get the best possible ribs from your gas grill you need to use a three step process to get...
Barbecue Ribs on a Charcoal Grill
Pork ribs are among the most popular items to cook and the one that gives most people the most trouble. If you have a smoker and know how to use it you shouldn't have any difficulty. If, however, you are using a charcoal grill then you need to learn how to keep it low and slow to get tender, perfect BBQ ribs.
There are many wrong ways to make great BBQ Ribs. Fortunately there are many right ways too. Smoking pork ribs, low and slow, with the right rub and the right sauce is going to give you great BBQ Ribs as long as you watch the temperature and take your time.
The 3-2-1 Method
The sure fire way to get fall of the bone pork ribs every time without a whole lot of work. This method of smoking ribs includes steaming to give you an extra tender rack while still preserving the authentic smoke flavor and keeping the ribs from getting too mushy.
Trimming a Whole Pork Spare Rib Rack
The typical rack of pork spare ribs has a lot more than just the ribs. The actual rib section, what you might get at a restaurant or see in barbecue competitions is a portion of the whole spare rib section. If you get to know your ribs and know how to trim them you will be able to smoke or grill great barbecue ribs without any trouble. The...
Barbecue Ribs on the Grill
Learn how to make real barbecue ribs on a charcoal or gas grill.
Best Odds Ribs
There are a lot of variations in barbecue pork ribs, but a few general rules will help you make the best ribs you can regardless of the kind of smoker you are using. Once you have mastered these steps youâll be ready to strike out on your own and move on to competition Barbecue Ribs.
Kansas City Baby Back Ribs
This is the place where barbecue ribs started. These tender smoked favorites and served up with a thick barbecue sauce. A true American classic.
Memphis Style Ribs
Memphis is the home of the blues and these fantastic ribs. Memphis style ribs are dry rubs and served up with a sauce for those who just don't know any better.
Traditional barbecue at its best. Pork ribs smoked low and slow will change the way you look at food and eating forever. There are few things in life better than this.
Great, flavorful ribs need that extra flavor from a good spice rub to give them that barbecue rib flavor. In some places all barbecue ribs get are a spice rub and then a long bath in warm smoke. The combination of the rib rub and the smoke are what makes great ribs.
These little ribs are meaty and tasty. Try them as an appetizer or a meal because these ribs give you great barbecue flavor in less time and everyone loves them.