Ribs—whether pork or beef—are easily one of the most-beloved dishes in the south.
They can be spare, or baby back, or come with any other number of names, but what it 'broils' down to is that these cuts of meat are favorites in the kitchen. What's so wonderful about ribs is that you can get their sensational flavors without being glued to the grill. If you want to enjoy a day tending a fire we understand and encourage you, but you can get the same tastes even easier.
First though, if you’re going to get down to grilling, try The Ultimate Smoky, Sweet Ribs, or a rack or two of Baby Loin Back Ribs (you'll be basting these every 30 minutes.) For the set it and forget it crowd, there is always the option of Easy BBQ Ribs. However you plan to enjoy your ribs, just remember some simple steps: make the meat tender; add some spicy flavor; stack them and grill them; separate them and baste them; and plan your recipe in advance. You'll want ribs all summer: we certainly do.