BBQ Ribs

Every red-blooded American barbecue needs ribs. The fall-off-the-bone meat, slathering of tangy barbecue sauce and smoky flavor make them the ultimate crowd pleaser at a backyard cookout. Food & Wine has tips for everyone from beginners to grill masters. We'll tell you how to choose the best ribs, when to season the meat, the best way to light your fire and how to avoid overcooking them. Once you master these recipes and techniques, everyone you know will be asking you to come over to cook.

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How to Make Smoked St. Louis-Style Ribs

A Texas master reveals how to make tender, crusty, smoky ribs using an ordinary grill and a bag of wood chips.
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Apple-Glazed Barbecued Baby Back Ribs

These sticky, apple-scented ribs are cooked in the oven, then finished on the grill. They're a simpler version of a recipe by champion pit master Chris Lilly, author of the new Big Bob Gibson's BBQ Book, who cooks his ribs entirely on the grill. To follow Lilly's example, use a thermometer to keep the temperature at a steady 250° and wrap the ribs in foil after adding the apple cider mixture. Plus: 20 Smart Tips for Everyday Grilling
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Sticky Barbecued Beef Ribs

These beef ribs—leftovers from the giant rib roast—are incredibly luscious. Chef Tim Love douses them in his sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sauce, then cooks them on the grill until they're crusty, sizzling and outrageously good.    More Recipes For Tailgating  
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Barbecued Ribs

These amazing recipes include honey-glazed baby back ribs and sticky barbecued beef ribs.
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