Kansas City’s barbecue sauce is tomato-based, thick, sweet and smoky. These Kansas City-style spareribs are a perfect example of that style of barbecue.
When asked how to cook BBQ beef ribs, I tell them low and slow…just like pork ribs. And that’s where the similarity with pork ends. Although beef ribs may require a bit more tender-loving care, if done right they produce some of the most flavorful meat there is.
The types of beef ribs vary and each has its own distinct flavor and texture. The Types of Beef Ribs Guide will have you cooking them up in no time
When asked how to cook BBQ pork ribs, every pit master out there will insist that low and slow with smoke is the only method. While I tend to agree, there are situations where that method may not be feasible.
Back ribs, spare ribs, rib tips, country-style ribs and St. Louis ribs are just a few of the names you’ll encounter when buying pork ribs. With so many types of pork ribs to choose from, what exactly is the difference? Which is better?
Let’s dismantle this pig and review the various rib cuts.