Love 'em hot and spicy? Then this recipe is for you.
John Stage of Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse, N.Y., and Kenny Callaghan of Blue Smoke in Manhattan offer their take on the classic.
Don't do pork? No problem, try these delicious beef ribs instead.
This recipe employs what Rapoport likes to call the "oven-cheat" method.
If someone named "Big Billy" gave you their ribs recipe, you would totally make it.
Make these ribs and you'll feel like a winner when everyone at your party talks about how great they are.
No no, that's really what the recipe was called, we swear. Sorry. Nomenclature-related issues aside, this is a pretty serious recipe from Richard Westhaver, who, in barbecue-savvy circles, is considered an equally serious force in putting New England barbecue on the map. Yes, that's right. New England barbecue exists, and it's a force to be reckoned with. But don't just take our word for it; try this recipe yourself.
Hector Rivera's twice-winning recipe. Need we say more?
A fruity sauce makes for an interesting twist on pork ribs.