Tag Archives: Ribs

  • Chipotle Molasses Baby Back Ribs

  • Smokin' BBQ Ribs

  • 4 Simple Steps to Make Baby Back Ribs

    Baby back ribs are a favorite of mine, because they get the highest compliment rating for the least amount of work. For you acronym junkies, that’s a high CAW rating (Compliment to Amount of Work). Yes, I just made that up, but maybe someday, recipes the world over will include a little graph noting its CAW rating.

    Here are the 4 simple steps to remember:

    Rip ‘em

    Rub ‘em

    Rack ‘em

    Regulate ‘em

    Simple. You only have to remember four R’s.

  • How to Smoke Ribs in an Electric Smoker

    Easily smoke ribs in an electric smoker. Simply set the smoker to 225 degrees Fahrenheit, and use the 3-2-1 method. After about six hours of smoking, you’ll have tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs.

  • Smoked Baby Back Ribs with Honey & Roasted Garlic BBQ Glaze

    Using the Char-Broil’s® Kamander™ Charcoal Grill, smoke low and slow for these delicious BBQ baby back ribs. Follow this recipe for smoked baby backs in a honey roasted garlic BBQ glaze.

  • Beer Basted Baby Back Ribs

    It's not about the journey, but the destination for this grilled rib sensation. It may take a little time, but it will be completely worth it for delicious beer basted ribs.

  • Smoked Cherry Wood Spare Ribs

    Smoking with the Char-Broil® Digital Electric Smoker is an easy way to infuse a smoky flavor to ribs. The smoker manages the air, smoke and temperature so that you don’t have to. All you have to do is preheat and set your temperature settings. The smoker will take care of the rest. Using cherry wood impart a mild sweet flavor that complements the flavors of the rub and BBQ sauce on these spare ribs.

  • Smoked Bacon-Wrapped Country Style Ribs in an Electric Smoker

    Country style ribs aren’t really ribs at all. They’re more like pork chops. They’re cut from the blade end of the loin close to the shoulder. There’s not a lot of fat in them but you know what fixes that? Bacon. Add some sweet cherry wood chips to accent the sweet nature of the pork and you have yourself a little slice of heaven.

  • Smoked BBQ Ribs in the Digital Electric Smoker

    The Char-Broil® Digital Electric Smoker is an easy smoker to use when smoking BBQ ribs. It manages heat, air and moisture so that your ribs are perfectly smoked, tender, juicy and ready to eat after five to six hours. Try this recipe by Chef Ben Vaughn for your next party or just a special meal for family or friends.


  • Apple Butter BBQ Ribs

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