We spend a lot of time cooking on the grill in the summer. I don’t like heating up the house any more than necessary. Lately I have been experimenting with ribs. Last time I created a marinade by starting with a rub recipe I found online and adding cider vinegar and olive oil.
This time I tried something a little different.
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This time I made ribs to help kick off the the “Dibs on My Ribs” contest from the team of Tyson Fresh Meats, McCormick & Company, Inc., Kraft Foods, Inc., and the National Pork Board. I decided to try my same method to make another marinade, but this time using McCormick® Grill Mates® Sweet & Smoky Rub.
1. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly
2. Pour marinade over spareribs and refrigerate for 30-60 minutes, turning halfway through to coat completely.
3. Grill over indirect heat on low until cooked through.
4. Move to direct heat, using grill brush, coat with your favorite KRAFT Barbecue Sauce if you want to pump up the flavor even higher. No grill brush, don’t worry. The back of a spoon works just as well. Continue to grill until ribs reach the minimum internal temperature of 165°F. Don’t rush ribs though. Remember…low temps and slow cooking make for more tender/fall off the bone ribs.
This batch of ribs turned out super tasty. If you fancy yourself a rockin’ grill master and work a little harder at perfecting your ribs than just throwing some sauce on them, then have I got news for YOU!
Now through August 12th you can submit your original spare ribs recipe and enter the “Dibs on My Ribs!” contest. Every entry has a chance to win free groceries for a full year, and as an extra bonus, the winner will also be awarded a trip to Memphis, TN in 2013 for the “Memphis in May” BBQ festival. Oh, and did I mention there will be two winners! YES, you heard me right! There will be two grand prize winners! The year supply of groceries will be awarded in the form of twelve (12) $500 Walmart gift cards.
To enter, submit your pork ribs recipe using pork spareribs. Recipes will be judged on taste, creativity, and ease of preparation. The contest ends on August 12, 2012 and is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C., ages 18 and up. Limit one entry per person/email address, per recipe category, and please check out the official rules page just to make sure you review the full details. Once you have submitted your original recipe, make sure you review the other tasty recipes.
And one more thing!
I almost forgot!
To get everyone as excited as we are for the Dibs on My Ribs contest, I also was given the opportunity to give away TEN Walmart $20.00 gift cards!
Come back tomorrow to enter for a chance to win a $20 Walmart gift card so you can buy your very own rack of ribs!
Disclosure: I received a Dibs on My Ribs promotional pack from One2One Network to enhance my rib cooking experience in the kitchen. No other compensation was received. All opinions stated are my own, and my ribs are incredibly delicious!
“Dibs on My Ribs” Grilling Kit includes: Rib Grilling Rack; Grillmark 3 Piece BBQ Tool Set; Sauce Bucket and Mop; Cutting Board; Wood Chip Set with 6 flavors of wood; Wet-Naps for those messy fingers; Kraft Basting Brush; McCormick seasonings; Branded Grilling Apron; Tyson branded 6-pack Lunchbox Cooler