The supermarket had side ribs on sale. As is often the case with ribs that were on sale, these were thin and raggedy. However, I am cheap and I do love ribs. Ribs were purchased. Continue reading Korean Glazed Ribs
You might have guessed from the number of rib posts I have that I love ribs. I had a friend coming up from Montana and if you are going to serve an American friend ribs, they better be classic. So, I made a rib classic, St Louis Ribs. Continue reading St Louis Ribs
I have this recurring problem. I go to a restaurant and order something. I really like it so I go back to the restaurant. Do I order what I liked the first time because I know I like it? Or, do I try something different that might be even better? Continue reading Memphis Ribs
In a prior post I tried Rufus Teague Whiskey Maple Barbecue Sauce as a mop at the end of a basic chicken thigh cook. As I said in that post, there are two tests for a barbecue sauce, a mop at the end of a cook and as a glaze that is cooked on. I made some basic smoked ribs in this cook to try the sauce as a glaze that is cooked on. Continue reading Rufus Teague Whiskey Maple Ribs
I have made Bacon on a Stick in a previous post. They are spareribs that have been cured like bacon and then smoked. I had friends visiting from Montana and I wanted to make something a little out of the ordinary barbecue for them. So I made bacon on a stick with a different seasoning blend and Montana Bacon on a Stick was born. Continue reading Montana Bacon on a Stick
The best test for a smoker is spareribs in my opinion. Can it get them done just right with bite off the bone texture as opposed to fall from the bone? Is there a good smoke taste that isn’t too strong? Well, I have my new Louisiana Grills Pellet Smoker and I decided to give ribs a try. Continue reading Ribs on the Pellet Smoker
In the previous two posts I pointed out the conundrum of my buddy wanting spicy ribs and that I wanted to try a haskap sauce. I got around it by making both. In this post, I will go into how I cooked the ribs. Continue reading Spareribs Two Ways
I was reading the site for my Thermapen. It had a suggestion to cook your ribs to an internal temperature of 185 F without foiling them. Then, you let them cool to 155 F and serve. Continue reading Spareribs by Temperature? Worked Great!