I don't find many people that don't like ribs. But I do find that people can really have a preference in sauces. So change it up -skip the sauce and go dry! Dry rub style allows the meat to be the star. Have a few sauces available for those that want it.
These wings are done in the style of Memphis Dry Rub Ribs. We toss in just a very small amount of sauce to help the rub stick to the wings after cooking. But otherwise they are dry.
Everybody loves Ribs. There are many ways to cook them and each yields a slightly different finished product. This recipe provides a tender rib that is less than fall off the bone but meat pulls from the bone nicely. A more al dente rib (not mushy) withstands refrigeration and reheating much better than fall off the bone. We are gonna do the ribs two ways. Sauced and Dry Rubbed.
Summer calls for chicken on the grill but sometimes the best laid plans are thwarted by mother nature. Recently I had the smoker/grill all setup up at 375F for two whole chickens that I spatchcocked but thunderstorms rolled in and I was forced to move indoors.
Who doesn't like Taco Tuesday? Taco seasoning is easy when you have BBQ Rubs and Seasonings on hand. Just season your ground beef, chicken, pork or whatever with a favorite seasoning blend.
Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Veggies is a great lean, healthy meal. Add a whole grain carb like brown rice and momma would be proud. Zest Coast Seasoning Blends take your meal from bland to bold.