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Summer Is Long Gone, But That Doesn’t Mean The Flavors Have To Be

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Summer is gone and it won’t be back for a while, but that doesn’t mean we have to throw all that food to the side! This collection has so many flavorful recipes that we associate with the summer, except we’re making them now, in the winter!

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These Are The BBQ Items That Need To Be On Your Table This Memorial Day

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If you’re still scrambling around to figure what you’re going to serve at your Memorial Day BBQ, then we would like to introduce you to all the necessary BBQ items you need to serve up!

Without these amazing recipes, are you even having a real BBQ?

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It’s Barbecue Month! So Get Out And Celebrate With Some Delicious BBQ

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It’s a momentous occasion today! Today is officially the start of BBQ month!

This flavorful collection features some of the all-time best ways you can make sure the beginning of BBQ month is the start of a beautiful occasion.

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If You’re Barbecuing This Summer, Then You Should Get Your Hands On These Pork Ribs

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There is nothing better than some ribs in the summer. They are probably the definitive summer food, and may probably be the most definitive way to cook pork. And with the way we prepare these ribs, you’re not really going to want to eat anything else this summer.

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You Need These Mouthwatering Braised Ribs In Your Life

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if you love ribs, you’re going to love this braised rib crockpot recipe!  Get your crockpot ready for the best slow roasted ribs you’ve ever had.  Perfect for lazy day cooking, these flavorful ribs will go great with any side you have in mind!


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The Secret’s Out: Ruby Tuesday’s Baby Back Ribs Copycat Recipe

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Get the taste of Ruby Tuesday’s without leaving your kitchen, this rib copycat recipe is just like the infamous restaurant.  Enjoy the savory flavors of this popular restaurant’s rib recipe in the comforts of your own home.  They’re so good you won’t want to order out again!


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Baby Back Ribs

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Grab a pile of napkins and get ready for some sticky fingers.  We’re making ribs!

I love throwing a few slabs of baby back ribs on the grill, slicing them up and serving family style.  Pass a basket filled with warm homemade buttermilk biscuits and it’s a little slice of summertime heaven.

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TGIF: My Favorite Baby Back Ribs

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When I first tried this recipe, I had the neighbors peering over the fence to see what smelled so fantastic!  These ribs are lick your fingers, enjoy every last bite good.  The meat simply falls off the bone and a bit of rum in the bbq sauce is my secret ingredient.  I also like to make sure that the ribs are from top-quality pork to ensure the most tender and delicious results.  I purchased these baby back ribs from US Wellness Meats where their motto is, “Our animals eat right so you can too!”  After my organic education in Vermont, my eyes were opened to the importance of sustainable farming practices in order to avoid harmful additives like hormones and antibiotics.  Grass-raised animals pass the best of their nutrient-rich diet on to you and the meat simply tastes better!


Barbecued Baby Back Ribs with Rum

2 slabs baby back ribs, about 3-4 pounds total

1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar

1/2 cup chili sauce

1/4 cup ketchup

1/4 cup dark rum

1/4 cup soy sauce

1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

1 teaspoon dry mustard

2 cloves garlic, crushed

1/8 teaspoon black pepper

1.  Wrap each slab in double thickness of aluminum foil and place on a large pan.  Bake at 350 degrees for 1-1/2 hours.  Unwrap and drain drippings.

2.  Return ribs to pan.  Combine the remaining ingredients and pour over ribs, coating each one well.  Marinate at room temperature for 1-2 hours; or cool, cover, and marinate overnight in refrigerator.

3.  When ready to grill, lay ribs above medium-hot coals.  Grill for 30 minutes, turning and basting with sauce about every 10 minutes.  Serves 6.