Lexington Dip, The Classic Hill Country North Carolina Barbecue Sauce Ingredients 1 cup distilled vinegar (do not use cider vinegar) 1/4 cup ketchup 1/4 cup apple juice 1 teaspoon hot sauce 3 tablespoons light brown sugar 1/2 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 teaspoon finely ground black pepper

Lexington Dip, The Classic Hill Country North Carolina Barbecue Sauce Ingredients 1 cup distilled vinegar (do not use cider vinegar) 1/4 cup ketchup 1/4 cup apple juice 1 teaspoon hot sauce 3 tablespoons light brown sugar 1/2 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 teaspoon finely ground black pepper

I have tried a lot of recipes of Eastern North Carolina BBQ Sauce. This is the closest to what you will find in any of the BBQ Restaurants here in North Carolina. It is on the hot side, so you may wish to adjust the cayenne pepper and Tabasco(TM) sauce for milder flavor.

I have tried a lot of recipes of Eastern North Carolina BBQ Sauce. This is the closest to what you will find in any of the BBQ Restaurants here in North Carolina. It is on the hot side, so you may wish to adjust the cayenne pepper and Tabasco(TM) sauce for milder flavor.

Ah…now I feel like I’ve really accomplished something. Homemade Eastern NC BBQ sauce! From my uncle’s own recipe (or one of them, at least). I knew there was a reason I went home …

Ah…now I feel like I’ve really accomplished something. Homemade Eastern NC BBQ sauce! From my uncle’s own recipe (or one of them, at least). I knew there was a reason I went home …

George "Tuffy" Stone of A Sharper Palate catering in Richmond, Virgina, developed this recipe for ribs using his 3-2-1 method: cooking for three hours unwrapped, two hours wrapped in foil, and another one unwrapped. This recipe first appeared in our June/July 2011 BBQ issue along with Dana Bowen's story The Winner's Circle.

Tuffy Stone's Competition Ribs

George "Tuffy" Stone of A Sharper Palate catering in Richmond, Virgina, developed this recipe for ribs using his 3-2-1 method: cooking for three hours unwrapped, two hours wrapped in foil, and another one unwrapped. This recipe first appeared in our June/July 2011 BBQ issue along with Dana Bowen's story The Winner's Circle.

This is truly the only recipe you will ever need. Fall off the bone pork ribs that are full of flavor, baked in the oven low and slow.

Oven Baked BBQ Ribs

This is truly the only recipe you will ever need. Fall off the bone pork ribs that are full of flavor, baked in the oven low and slow.

Easy Oven Baked Ribs ~ Cooked low and slow, which makes them so flavorful and fall off the bone tender... One of the easiest recipes ever!

Oven Baked BBQ Ribs

Easy Oven Baked Ribs ~ Cooked low and slow, which makes them so flavorful and fall off the bone tender... One of the easiest recipes ever!

Recipe for BBQ Ribs - This is the ONLY rib recipe you will ever need. Sticky and sweet. Absolute perfection!

Coca Cola BBQ Ribs

Recipe for BBQ Ribs - This is the ONLY rib recipe you will ever need. Sticky and sweet. Absolute perfection!

What we have learned about competition style ribs, along with a recipe and an explanation of the “3-2-1 Method” of smoking ribs.

Competition Style Smoked Pork Ribs - A Flavor Journey

What we have learned about competition style ribs, along with a recipe and an explanation of the “3-2-1 Method” of smoking ribs.

Massage our 5-ingredient brown sugar rib rub recipe (say that three times fast) into the meat for luscious flavor -- you probably have all of the spices in your cupboard already. And you can use this smoky dry rub for pork ribs of all kinds: baby back ribs, country-style ribs, spare ribs, rib tips.

Baked BBQ Ribs

Massage our 5-ingredient brown sugar rib rub recipe (say that three times fast) into the meat for luscious flavor -- you probably have all of the spices in your cupboard already. And you can use this smoky dry rub for pork ribs of all kinds: baby back ribs, country-style ribs, spare ribs, rib tips.

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