Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

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There's Mike with about a third of his trophies. The man knows how to win barbecue competitions!

20120117-17th-st-logo.jpgSerious barbecue freaks know that Mike Mills is affectionately called "The Legend." The champion pit master and restaurateur is behind the famous baby back ribs and pulled pork at 17th Street Bar & Grill in Murphysboro, Illinois, and Memphis Championship Barbecue in Las Vegas.

His daughter Amy Mills Tunnicliffe, the co-author of his book Peace, Love, & Barbecue, reminded us that you don't have to make a trip to Illinois or Vegas for her dad's legendary 'cue—they also ship the meat.

Thanks to Amy and the 17th Street team, three lucky Serious Eats winners (and their seriously lucky friends) will win a delicious barbecue spread just in time for Super Bowl feasting.

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You know you want to win this.

The package includes two racks of Mike's famous baby back ribs (12 bones each), two pounds of pulled pork (makes 8 to 10 sandwiches), a half-gallon of the Tangy 17th Street Pit Beans (feeds 10 to 12) and, of course, a bottle of barbecue sauce (original or spicy) and Magic Dust®.

What exactly is in that Magic Dust? Who knows (well they do) but that dust is part of what makes Mike's ribs so seriously good. He seasons every piece of meat with that special dust, then cooks it low and slow in the pit over apple and cherry woods.

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The famous Tangy 17th Street Pit Beans.

In addition to the game-watching party food, the three winners will also score a signed copy of Peace Love and Barbecue, which SE overlord Ed will tell you is one of the best books about barbecue ever written.

To enter to win one of the three Super Bowl feast packages, just tell us your favorite barbecue experience in the comments below.

This contest will end and comments will close at 3 p.m. ET, Wednesday, January 30, 2012. One entry per community member. Winners are limited to residents of the continental U.S. Standard Serious Eats contest rules apply. Sorry, Ed. This means you cannot enter.

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