BBQ Beef Ribs
Throughout the year, BBQ beef ribs are a crowd favorite. These easy BBQ beef rib recipes become the highlight of your menu when served with special sauces. Offer classic barbecue sauce or more exotic flavors such honey mesquite or chipotle-raspberry.See Popular BBQ Beef Ribs Recipes
The slightly sweet grilling sauce gives a Texas twist to these back ribs. As is customary in the Lone Star State, most of the cooking is done before the sauce is slathered on. Be generous with the slathering, and be ready to serve more of the sauce on the side.
Soy sauce and fresh ginger give these meaty ribs Pacific-rim flair. A cook who lives in Asia might smoke the ribs in a kamado, an egg-shape ceramic oven used for smoking in that part of the world for centuries.
Molasses, beer, and stone-ground mustard perk up ordinary bottled barbecue sauce for these grilled beef ribs. Serve with grilled vegetables for a complete summer dinner.
Combine catsup, molasses, lemon juice, soy sauce, and crushed red pepper and what do you get? A finger-licking sauce for these grilled ribs!
Perhaps due to the insatiable American sweet tooth, most mass-produced sauces are similar to the sweet ones served in Kansas City. Here you will find a recipe for a typical Kansas City-style sauce.
You'll taste the beer in this marinade, so be sure to use a good-quality one. And watch out for the sauce--it's hot!
With only 6 ingredients and less than 300 calories per serving, these savory short ribs are both simple and succulent. A vibrant gremolata (a type of herb condiment) of lemon peel, cilantro and sweet peppers provides a lovely, bright contrast to the rich, smoky beef. When buying sweet peppers, choose that are firm, heavy for their size, and have shiny, vibrantly-colored skin.
Check out our recipes for grilled beef rib ideas!
If you're a fan of sweet and spicy pork ribs, you'll want to learn how to make these BBQ pork ribs??the secret is literally in the sauce!
Delicious is on the menu with this recipe for braised beef short ribs. Our tips will keep the meat tender and the crowd happy.
One of my favorite foods to eat is BBQ ribs, especially ribs that have an Asian flair to them. However, one of my least favorite things to cook also...
Everything is bigger in Texas and these texas style beef ribs are made for a big appetite. The slightly sweet sauce gives a twist to these ribs.
I know my ribs. And my BBQ. Those who have read my "works," or at least some members of my family, already know that I was once a judge at a rib contest in Cleveland. Although Cleveland is not generally thought of as the rib capital of the world, a pack of great barbecue chefs showed up for the event, and I ended up eating 42 ribs. Not just tasting them, the way you're supposed to do so you don't fill up too fast. Eating them all up. I was sorry at the time, but now I wish I'd eatenread more
For a barbecue feast you won't soon forget, take on the challenge of learning how to grill ribs. It's no wonder grilled ribs are a cookout favorite--slow-cooked and slathered in your favorite barbecue sauce, the meat is so tender it practically falls right off the bone and is, as they say, finger-licking good. While beef and pork ribs are the most common choices, lamb and venison ribs cook up deliciously, as well.
This Thanksgiving, let's all be grateful for the inventor of the slow cooker. Because after the marathon of cooking required to create a Thanksgiving feast, an easy slow-cooker meal is the greatest gift of all. In fact, stress-free slow-cooker recipes are ideal throughout the holiday season. Between decorating, shopping, baking and traveling, most of us need a break in the kitchen. And nothing's easier than tossing a few ingredients into your slow-cooker, turning a knob and ending up with a complete meal come dinnertime. Our favorite easy slow-cooker recipes fulfill three necessary requirements: they're supremely simple (15 minutesread more
Holidays used to be called "feast days," and feast days meant one thing: large cuts of juicy meat to carve and share. Whether for formal holiday feasts or casual open-house buffets, roasts are still stunning centerpieces for festive gatherings. Given how crowd-pleasing they are, roasts are also remarkably easy to cook. Not every cut of meat responds equally well to the dry heat of classic roasting, however, so check out the list below for descriptions of -- and tips for -- popular celebratory beef and pork roasts. And to school yourself even more, check out these other "Know Your Labelread more