It's a marriage made in BBQ heaven: America's foremost grilling guru takes on ribs. Baby backs and spare ribs, short ribs and long ribs, pork ribs, beef ribs, lamb ribs, and more-- a passionate, single-subject celebration of meaty, smoky, sweet ' n' spicy, crowd-pleasing, fall-off-the-bone-tender ribs. A perfect rib is the culmination of the ...Read MoreIt's a marriage made in BBQ heaven: America's foremost grilling guru takes on ribs. Baby backs and spare ribs, short ribs and long ribs, pork ribs, beef ribs, lamb ribs, and more-- a passionate, single-subject celebration of meaty, smoky, sweet ' n' spicy, crowd-pleasing, fall-off-the-bone-tender ribs. A perfect rib is the culmination of the griller's art, and nobody's better at showing how to put it all together-- the tastes, techniques, ingredients, recipes, tips-- than Steven Raichlen, award-winning author of "Barbecue! Bible, "How to Grill, "Beer-Can Chicken, and other BARBECUE! BIBLE(R) books with 3 million copies in print. Here are 75 mouth-watering, repertoire-expanding, rib-rocking recipes: Buccaneer Baby Backs with Rumbullion Barbecue Sauce. Lone Star Barrel Staves. Tandoori Ribs. Maui-Style Short Ribs. Jamaican Jerk Ribs. Thai Sweet Chili Ribs. The Original Dinosaur Ribs. Cousin Dave's Chipotle Chocolate Ribs. But the book is also a rib clinic: It covers the nine methods for cooking ribs, from direct grilling to spit-roasting. The essential techniques for handling ribs. Key ingredients in making homemade sauces, mops, and rubs. And boxes throughout to help take your rib cookery to the next level-- even to the competition level, with tips on how to enter and how to win.Read Less
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Publishers Weekly, 2006-04-10 Grillmaster Raichlen (The Barbecue Bible; etc.) believes "[t]he rib is surely the most perfect morsel of meat known to man. Most of the world's great food cultures back me on this." To wit, he points to the gastronomy of Argentina, Brazil, Italy, China, Korea and, of course, America. Yet many of the people who attend Raichlen's Barbecue University tell him the thought of cooking ribs intimidates them. While the task isn't complicated, Raichlen admits, a solid grasp of technique, tradition, lore and science can help anyone prepare "the perfect bones." In his casual, friendly manner, Raichlen takes readers through the ins and outs of ribs, with anatomy lessons explaining the difference between various cuts of ribs (like baby backs and rib tips) and instructions on trimming and peeling; seasoning or marinating; and mopping and saucing. He covers direct grilling, smoke-roasting, smoking and spit-roasting (and their variations), with advice on which kinds of ribs are best suited to each method. After an overview of tools and accessories, it's on to the 75 recipes in all their carnivorous glory. From First-Timer's Ribs ("the foolproof recipe that gives you competition-quality bones every time") to Grandpa's Barbecued Pastramied Short Ribs, Raichlen's got ribs-as well as all the necessary sides and sauces-covered. (Apr. 24) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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