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Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

Three lucky Serious Eats winners (and their seriously lucky friends) will win a delicious barbecue spread just in time for Super Bowl feasting. The package includes two racks of barbecue champ Mike Mills's famous baby back ribs, two pounds of pulled pork, a half-gallon of the Tangy 17th Street Pit Beans, a bottle of barbecue sauce (original or spicy) and Magic Dust. Enter to win it here! More

Seriously Delicious Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

Serious 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. Three lucky Serious Eaters (and their seriously lucky friends) will win a delicious barbecue spread just in time for Super Bowl feasting. Enter the giveaway here by crafting your own meat-inspired haiku. More

Seriously Delicious Super Bowl Party Giveaway: Mike Mills Baby Back Ribs and Pulled Pork

The barbecue legend himself. Serious 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, Nevada. His daughter Amy Mills Tunnicliffe, the co-writer of his book Peace, Love, & Barbecue, informed us that you no longer have to make a trip to Illinois or Vegas for the legendary 'cue—they're now shipping the meat. Thanks to Amy, three lucky Serious Eats winners (and their seriously lucky friends) will win a delicious barbecue spread just in time for Super Bowl feasting. Those famous baby back ribs. [Photograph: Nick... More

Where are the Three Best Baby Back Rib Joints in the U.S.?

On the way back from Greenwood, Mississippi, we stayed in Memphis. We arrived in downtown Memphis at 10 p.m. to find ourselves in a sea of Elvis impersonators. They were having a huge Elvis impersonator concert and contest. I'm not kidding. There were two Elvis impersonators checking in ahead of us at the Peabody Hotel. We were not there to see faux kings, we were there to eat barbecue. In the name of research, because Bon App├ętit had named Charlie Vergos' Rendezvous one of its three finalists in its search for the best baby back ribs in the country, and also because it was a two-minute walk from our hotel and it was too late to eat at someplace like... More

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