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Baby Back Ribs With Mojo Barbecue Sauce

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 2 comments

The flavors of Cuban mojo inspired these kicky, baked, then grilled, barbecue ribs. More

The Secret Ingredient (Chipotle): Chipotle BBQ Oven Ribs

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 11 comments

Smoky, tangy, fall-of-the-bone ribs right from your oven. Completely winter-proof, spicy, and delicious. More

The Secret Ingredient (Maple Syrup): Maple Baby-Back Ribs

Serious Eats Kerry Saretsky 12 comments

Little baby back ribs are roasted until dry and caramelized with smoky, amber maple syrup. Simple, but so good. More

Barbecue: Dr. Pepper Baby Back Ribs

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 16 comments

The official start of the outdoor cooking season calls for some classics, and I can't think of anything better than these Dr. Pepper ribs. My most favorite of soft drinks served as the base of this sauce, which offers a tang and depth that will have everyone asking, "what's in this?!" More

Serious Heat: Cajun Deep-Fried Ribs

Serious Eats Andrea Lynn 8 comments

Photographs by Terri Fensel Is there any food that doesn't benefit from a dip in the deep fryer? Growing up in the South, my Thanksgiving tradition revolved around fried turkey, and I have an undeniable weakness for fried pickles. I've... More

Did You Watch the 'Bon Appétit' Food Network Special?

Ed Levine 4 comments

I'll admit it. We didn't go out this past Saturday night, so I found myself watching the Bon Appétit Best American Restaurants special hosted by Alton Brown on the Food Network. The show itself was reasonably entertaining, though no one would call it suspenseful. Brown is perhaps my favorite Food Network personality, but he looked totally bored and disengaged on this particular show. Andrew Knowlton and Barbara Fairchild of Bon Appétit were knowledgeable and credible as the magazine's on-camera experts, but they kept talking about passion without exhibiting very much themselves.... More

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

Ed Levine 4 comments

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 Appétit 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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