I love pork ribs. Saint Louis, Kansas City and Memphis are all great. However, as good as they are, sometimes you need a change. It was time for Teriyaki ribs on my Traeger Timberline. Continue reading Teriyaki Back Ribs
Episode 23 of my community TV show, You Can Make It, on Shaw Spotlight has me making Peanut Chocolate Chip Cookies, Char Siu Rib Tips, and Trimming St. Louis style ribs.
The good people sent me some of their rubs to try. I couldn’t think of anything better to try them on than some country style ribs. Continue reading Basic Smoked Country Ribs (Bub ‘n Mutha’s Rub Review)
This post is less a recipe and more a tutorial of how to make ribs that have a bit of chew versus soft meat that falls of the bone Continue reading BOB Ribs (Bite Off the Bone)
I had some nice meaty beef ribs and was about to do them in a normal 3-2-1 cook when my brain had a spasm. I wanted burnt ends. Why couldn’t finish my ribs like burnt ends? I couldn’t think of a good reason so I did! Continue reading Burnt End Beef Ribs
I had posted my Memphis Rib Recipe previously. This is a video of me making them!
The Old Fat Guy
I love spareribs and I prefer them St Louis cut. That means the centre rib bone, the back skirt and the end flap are trimmed off to make a neat rectangle of meat. Continue reading Trimming St Louis Ribs
There are two basic results for good barbecued ribs, fall of the bone and bite off the bone where you can bite the meat and it pulls from the bone but doesn’t fall off. As She Who Must Be Obeyed likes bite of the bone, that is what I usually make. However, making fall of the bone ribs with the 3-2-1 method is a perfect way for beginner barbecue users to learn to make great ribs. I wanted to do some ribs for my ShawTV East Kootenays Community TV program, “You Can Make It”. 3-2-1 ribs were my choice for the shoot. Continue reading 3-2-1 Spareribs
I love Country Style Ribs and have posted recipes using them. However, I was asked a question on social media. They wanted to know the basics for cooking Country Style Ribs in a smoker. Nothing fancy, just the basics. This post is my response. Continue reading Smoked Country Style Ribs