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. (baking ham bone in)
Bacon-Wrapped Corn on the Cob
How perfect would bacon-wrapped corn on the cob pair with shrimp?
The Easiest (Best?) Ribs You Will Ever Make + Delicious Buttermilk Cornbread
The Easiest Ribs You’ll Ever Make Serves 1 rack of baby back ribs kosher salt freshly cracked black pepper smoked paprika (if you can find it) or parika 1 cup brown sugar Heavy duty foil, if you have it Preheat the oven to Best ribs ever
Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs - recipe from Jenny Jones - Foolproof easy baby back ribs bake in the oven first, then finish on the grill or under a broiler : JennyCanCook
Smoked Brisket: 1 to untrimmed brisket, with a thick sheath of fat 5 T brown sugar 5 T kosher salt 1 T ground black pepper 4 tsp paprika 1 tsp dry mustard 1 T ancho chile powder tsp granulated onion tsp granulated garlic Brisket Sugar Shake
Grilled Steak, Potato & Mushroom Kabobs Steak & mushrooms marinated in seasoned olive oil and balsamic vinegar, the grilled, kabob-style, with new potatoes.
True Texas Brisket
Virgil’s Real Barbecue in NYC cooks a Texas brisket that transports New Yorkers from Times Square to the Lone Star State. In the recently released Virgil’s Barbecue Road Trip Cookbook, Neal Corman walks us through replicating the iconic dish at home.
Barbecue Ribs (simple and tender)
Barbecue Ribs (simple and tender) Don't be intimidated by making ribs at home. This recipe is a simple two-step process that produces flavorful, tender barbecued ribs that people will swoon over.
Wrapped loosely in parchment paper, cured pork tenderloin will keep for a month in the refrigerator. If it becomes dry, use a microplane to grate the last bits over pasta or eggs.data-pin-do=