Spiced Sweet-and-Sour Ribs
Rubbed with toasted ground spices then lacquered with a sweet and tangy glaze of maple syrup and a duo of vinegars, these meaty ribs have a deep flavor and an irresistibly crackly crust. To work ahead, you can roast the ribs the day before then glaze and broil them just before serving. Trimming the meat away from one end of each rib lets the meat pull away during cooking, creating handles that make for mess-free nibbling.
How the Man Behind Trudy’s Underground Barbecue Became an L.A. Legend
Burt Bakman went from working in real estate to making spectacular Texas-style brisket, beef ribs and pork ribs in his Studio City backyard.
Barbecue Chicken Wings
Wings are particularly well suited for the grill. Since they have a high skin-to-meat ratio, the fat from the skin bastes the meat as the skin crisps to perfection over the grill's high heat. You're left with juicy, browned wings that can handle any kind of sauce. Try one of our many recipes (and find out what to drink, too) before your next backyard cookout. Here, 5 of our favorite recipes for barbecue chicken wings.
On the Joy of Eating Juicy Brisket All Day Long
Why not eat brisket for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Matthew Gaudet has some ideas for leftover meat, along with a new restaurant, SuperFine, opening today.
Skewers come in many forms—metal, bamboo, wood or even hearty herb sprigs—but all the choices make grilling your favorite ingredients extra easy. Try ideas from bacon-wrapped vegetables to Baja-style chicken thighs the next time you need a warm-weather meal.