Dibs On My Ribs Favorite Recipe and Walmart Card Giveaway

Who likes ribs?  If grilling is your thing then ribs are your game.

That doesn’t make a lot of sense, but seriously ribs are one of the best grilling foods out there.  Recipes can be complicated with rubs and herbs and marinades – or you can just slap some sauce on them and fire them up.

It’s your choice.

My choice?  I marinade everything in italian dressing.  Not for long – maybe an hour just long enough to flavor.  Then I throw on a rub on my Tyson ribs (this time I used McCormick Grill Mates Sweet and Smoky Rub) and lather them with sauce – Kraft Original BBQ Sauce for this recipe.  Save some sauce for halfway through the grilling process. I also used a grilling rack which allows the air to circulate for even cooking.  The result? Sweet, smokey, a bit of spice and a lot of flavor.

Serve them on a your best china.  They. are. that. good.

Who’s got Dibs On YOUR Ribs?


Do you have a killer recipe for spareribs?  The National Pork Board (Pork Be Inspired) is hosting the Dibs On My Ribs recipe contest now through August 12.  http://bit.ly/RibsContest You can enter your kick butt errr… rib recipe for a chance to win awesome prizes:

  • The contest runs until August 12, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. ET.
  • The contest is co-sponsored by Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc., McCormick & Company, Inc., Kraft Foods, Inc., and the National Pork Board.
  • Two Grand Prize winners (one in each recipe category) will receive a one year supply of groceries awarded as twelve $500 Wal-Mart gift cards. Grand Prize Winners will also have the opportunity to attend the Memphis in May BBQ Event in Memphis, TN in May 2012. (See contest site for full prize details.)


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This is a sponsored post with One2One Network. Incentives were provided to me. All opinions stated are my own.

209 thoughts on “Dibs On My Ribs Favorite Recipe and Walmart Card Giveaway”

  1. Barbecue baby back ribs! Sugar, apple juice, pepper, lawry’s season salt and sweet baby Rays barbecue sauce!

  2. Baby backs ribs – parboil in cinnamon water, light secret spice rub, cook low and slow and glaze with Sweet Baby Rays’ BBQ sauce. Yum.

  3. my husband does ribs ontop of aluminum foil and cooks them over the bbq pit and then we put bbq sauce on top…with corn on the cobb off the pit also
    tcogbill at live dot com

  4. I love my ribs on the grill falling off the bone and basted in lots of honey bbq sauce.

  5. I love ribs that are slow cooked and basted with sweet honey bbq sauce.
    Thanks so much.

  6. I like to grill chicken breasts that were marinated in Italian dressing. It is easy, quick and tasty.

  7. I marinate them in italian dressing with a little crushed red pepper for a couple hours. Then I baste with honey barbecue sauce.

  8. My favorite is just plain ole hamburgers on the grill with asparagus and corn on the cob. Real easy to do and tasty!

  9. I put my special dry rub, slowly smoke them, then just before they are done, baste them with my pomegranite BBQ sauce.

  10. My “recipie” is to have my father make his family famous ribs. All I know is that the sauce is vinegar based.

  11. Take one cast iron skillet, add butter and an onion, chopped so you have circles. Sir every few minutes until golden brown and delicious!

  12. I like to grill really thick steaks with garlic inserted into them and rubbed with Lowrys season salt.

  13. I like grilling veggies with butter. Put them in foil and let them sit for 20 minutes on the grill

  14. Wrap bacon & thin apple slices in provolone, then roll up in turkey breast slices: Place in tin foil, grill 30 min. Yummy.

  15. My favorite grill recipe is always use real wood- smoke things low and slow- we love making pork chops on the grill!

  16. We grill all the time. No season is safe from the smell of charcoal. We recently did our own spin on beer-can chicken. Amazing.

  17. Anything savory – I’m not a fan of the brown sugar sweet BBQ. I like a garlic powder, lemon pepper and adobo rub.

    ky2here at msn dot com

  18. I love any kind of ribs on the grill, with Mad Dog And Merill BBQ sauce! I always like to eat my ribs with a side of potatoes.

  19. I don’t really have a recipe. I par boil the ribs so they get tender then put them om the grill with lots of sauce. Cook until a bit blackened and then enjoy!

  20. I like anything grilled, but I usually don’t follow recipes. I just use premade rubs or seasonings most of the time and slap some sweet/spicy BBQ sauce on at the end.

  21. I have lots of grill favorites. One is to marinate boneless chicken breasts in plain yogurt with a little lemon juice or garlic added to it. I leave the yogurt on when I grill the chicken and it cooks away leaving the most deliciously tender and moist chicken ever.


  22. I love my mother in laws bbq sauce recipe, so good! Sweet and tangy, perfect for ribs or for chicken.

  23. My favorite grill recipe definitely is my home made baby back ribs, I use emeril’s rib rub and Tony Roma’s Carolina Honey BBQ sauce.

  24. Boneless chicken breast soaking all night long in the state fair sauce and then grilled to perfection.

  25. I don’t really have recipes for my favorite grill foods… grilled burgers (yum!)
    ribs with lots of bbq sauce, chicken with bbq sauce, and brats with onion
    and peppers. Now I’m hungry! :-) Katharina

  26. My favorite is to slice squash and wrap it foil with butter and Cajun seasoning and then grill until tender.

  27. My husband is the bbq chef at our house and I’m just the taste tester. If I make ribs, it’s in the crockpot with an onion and a thing of bbq sauce

  28. we like our ribs crispy on the outside so we use mustard to coat the ribs before grilling them they turn out fantastic.

  29. My fave grill recipe would be to take your fave sauce, mine is Sweet Baby Rays, but be sure to season and tenderize your ribs first…get that grill nice and hot and turn frequently, YUM!

  30. hubby does all the grilling but i do make a mean grilled onion, take an onion, peel it cut a cross in the top, slap some butter in the cross and salt and pepper, then wrap in foil and grill it, it’s so yummy!

  31. Possibly one of the few in the US, but we don’t have a grill, so don’t have a special recipe. Love eating someone else’s though.

  32. We love to marinate with country bob’s seasoning salt and then top it with the country bobs all purpose sauce!

  33. my favorite is hamburgers seasoned with season salt and worchestershire sauce

    jagar0047 at yahoo dot com



  35. Marinate the ribs over night and start slow cooking them in the morning. Eight hours later it is time to eat

  36. I love to use a dry rub when we cook ribs on the grill. Another thing we love cooking on the grill is jalapeno poppers, jalapeno with string cheese inside wrapped in bacon.

  37. Babyback ribs – marinate overnight in orange juice, next morning pat them dry and glaze with sweet mustard bbq sauce and refrigerate for several hours. then cook low and slow until just ready to fall off the bone.

  38. As much as I love ribs, my absolutely favorite thing to grill is actually steak. The ideal is a good thick ribeye steak with a bit of peppery montreal steak seasoning.

  39. We love the sauces at Tony Roma’s and have purschased them for use at home and that is the best way we like ribs wither Baked or grilled.

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