Pork Ribs with Raspberry Sorghum Barbecue Sauce
These ribs incorporate two distinct cooking methods. First, the ribs are rubbed in a dry spice mixture, then cooked all day until tender. Next, they're slathered in a sweet and savory barbecue sauce made from fresh raspberries and sorghum syrup before they finally meet a hot grill. However, no worries if you're not able to get your grill going. An equally tasty alternative is to brush the ribs with the barbecue sauce right in the slow cooker, then cover, crank the heat up to high, and continue cooking for another 30 minutes. Either way, at the end of the day, you'll have a delicious, sticky, messy, lick-your-fingers-clean rack of ribs that will be a surefire hit. Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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ribs and apples
This is a slow-cooker recipe featuring pork spareribs and apples — a perfect soul-warming combination.
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Hector Rivera's Charcoalholics Spicy Coconut and Rum Ribs
Hector has won first place twice with this recipe. These ribs are so popular with Hector's family and friends that he often serves them at backyard barbecues. Hector told us that the first thing he did upon recovering from an illness that put him in bed for six months was to cook these ribs in celebration of a cousin's daughter's first birthday. Lucky girl! We wish we could have teethed on these spicy ribs with a coconut accent when we were infants! Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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Chinese spareribs, also known as Cantonese BBQ or char siu, are spareribs that are marinated in hoison sauce, soy sauce, and spices and barbecued or roasted.  This chinese spareribs recipe is easily one of our best spareribs recipes due to its ability to deliver the taste and texture of ribs you can typically only find at your local Chinatown. It doesn’t require you buy esoteric ingredients for the marinade or pork. Both Kansas City-style and St.Louis-style spareribs can be used.  Click here to view more of our Best Chinese Recipes. 
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If you can’t babysit the ribs on the grill, then cook them in the oven and finish them on the grill to add a little smoky perfume. Even though baby back or county-style ribs look meatier, we prefer spareribs for succulent pork that is finger-lickin’, lip-smackin' good.
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Vietnamese Spareribs with Chile and Lemongrass
Like other Vietnamese restaurants, Nam Phuong in Atlanta serves phờ, but their ribs are the best thing on the menu. The meat is tender with a crackly exterior. Nam Phuong uses flanken, or crosscut ribs, which are like little rib nuggets, each with a bone inside. You can order different sauces, but my favorite is the chile and lemongrass. To bring you those flavors and textures, I steam-bake the ribs until tender and then broil and baste them with a purée of lemongrass, chiles, soy sauce, fish sauce, garlic, and sugar. A little rice on the side is perfect. — Kevin Gillespie, author of Pure Pork Awesomeness.
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Ribs
Country-style pork spareribs are one of those so-called lesser cuts of meat that benefit greatly from a little extra attention. They add all that tasty pork flavor to your dinner without the tenderloin price. This recipe is ideal for a weeknight because it’s simple and uses only a few ingredients. You come home from work, whip up the marinade, relax — or not — for an hour, and then you’re off to the pork sparerib races. Oh, and it’s also easily modified — you could always substitute apple juice, orange juice, or pineapple juice for the cider if you don’t have any on hand.
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Unlike the housemade, signature Cherry Coke Barbecue Sauce at the popular Southern restaurant chain CinéBistro, this recipe is based off a bottled barbecue sauce, which makes it very easy to make at home. Always use a high-quality bottled sauce.
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Best-Ever Barbecued Ribs
This go-to recipe for classic barbecued ribs embraces what we refer to as our "oven-cheat" method — a technique that'll get you ultra-tender meat without spending 12 hours manning a smoker. Choose your cut — baby backs or spareribs — and follow three simple steps: 1. Season. 2. Bake. 3. Grill. Click here to see 9 Mouthwatering Rib Recipes.
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Forget Buffalo wings; these tangy ribs are about to become your new favorite finger food. Brush the ribs with Buffalo sauce as they cook for extra flavor.
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Glazed Sweet-Sour Spareribs
I suppose you might call these barbecued spareribs, but they’re a long way from true barbecue cooked long and slow over hickory coals. No matter. These ribs are succulent and full of flavor. The perfect accompaniments? Coleslaw and fresh-baked corn bread. Adapted from "Falling off the Bone" by Jean Anderson. Click here to see Braising Basics with Jean Anderson.
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Succulent Pork Ribs
Pork ribs are a beloved barbecue cut in America. My version is a new and delicious flavor experience that combines sumiso sauce, shoyu, and Worcestershire sauce. In this recipe, the pork ribs acquire a golden brown, velvety, mouthwatering appearance. Eating this dish is fun but a bit messy. Have lots of paper napkins and small bowls of lemon water at the table for your guests' fingers. See all pork recipes. Click here to see Cooking with Japanese Flavors Made Easy.
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