You don't have to baby-sit a smoker to get perfect barbecue baby back ribs. You can coat these with a spicy-sweet rub and oven roast them while you make an easy BBQ sauce. Then finish the ribs on the grill (up to 2 days later), where the barbecue sauce caramelizes into a glaze and the ribs get a hint of smoke. A Chowhound BBQ favorite. Read more.
Country-style pork ribs are an easy, affordable way to switch things up at your next barbecue. That is, if you can figure out what they are exactly, and how to cook them. In this video recipe, the CHOW Test Kitchen's Amy Wisniewski gives the lowdown on this mysterious cut of pork while demonstrating how to make our simple Grilled Country-Style Pork Ribs recipe.
The trick to perfect scallops is to leave them alone once they hit the pan—they’ll stick to the skillet at first then release once they sear. If you prefer less heat, use just one Fresno chile and remove the seeds before adding to the pan.