We are living in unprecedented times during the COVID 19 coronavirus pandemic. Stay at home orders in place, many restaurants and bars closed and shortages of some grocery items. All the challenges aside; when it's 70 degrees during March in Wisconsin many of us want to get outside and cook!
One of the favorite BBQ items in our house is baby back ribs. They take a total of 6 hours to cook using the 3-2-1 method I use. Amidst the pandemic and not having exactly what I normally would use to make ribs, I had to improvise. Proving that you too can make tasty BBQ of your own.
Whether it's smoking, roasting, baking, braising or grilling; with quality meats and some imagination, you can create some mouth water meals and memories with loved ones. As a barbecue addict myself I'm here to give you ideas to take your taste buds on a wild ride.
And if you are firing up the grill, please share! I'd love to try your recipes and see your photos! You can hashtag your grill photos #RiddersQclub.
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How to Smoke Pork Baby Back Ribs