Top Rated Rib Rub Recipes

Rib rub
This rub is extra-sweet and goes really well with ribs and other cuts of pork. It is a good choice if you like to serve your ribs dry. The sweetness will have the guests thinking you used barbecue sauce. This one isn’t recommended for hot grilling because all that sugar makes it burn pretty easily. I like to mix it in the food processor for a finer grind, but if you like it coarse just mix it in a bowl. Click here for the Barbecue Championship Ribs recipe. 
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Ribs
The ribs that are prepared for the big cook-offs around the country are quite different from what you would normally cook at home or eat in a restaurant. Over the years of cooking, the barbecue pros have learned that making your ribs a little bit too tender and a little bit too sweet can get you a good score when they are judged.
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These big, thick ribs offer a tender beef experience that's akin to braised brisket but packed with slow-cooked barbecue flavor. Note that these are knife-and-fork ribs, not finger food.
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‘House of Cards’ Frank’s Favorite Ribs
The perfect dish to get you prepped for your next Emmy party, Frank’s Favorite Ribs are full of flavor. Mix together a quick rib rub and get the ribs in the oven for easy, juicy ribs. If you’re feeling ambitious, swap out the store-bought and whip up an easy barbecue sauce. Click Here to See More Ribs Recipes
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Backyard Baby Backs
Barbecue barons John Stage of Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse, N.Y., and Kenny Callaghan of Blue Smoke in Manhattan deliver the ultimate ribs recipe with their signature sauce made exclusively for Men's Health. The work is worth it. Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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