Summer is just around the corner. It is time to clean your outdoor grill and start thinking about outdoor grilling. Two of the most popular outdoor food includes baby back ribs and St. Louis-style spareribs.
Baby back ribs
This pork loin ribs are named for their size and don’t think that they come from baby pigs. They are tender, lean and shorter compared to other famous pork spareribs. Ribs should be cooked as soon as possible after purchase. After they are cooked you can keep them for up to five days in the refrigerator. When shopping for baby back ribs, look for dark red color to get a good flavor. Due to its size, they are excellent as an appetizer but will make the main course too.
St. Louis-style spareribs
With this cut you get more meat and less fat. As the name says they are very popular in St. Louis and most of the time they are marinated in spices and beer to get a good flavor and dressed in barbecue sauce. Some even braised them before grilling. Cooking methods varies according to the region and no matter how they you cook them, spareribs always make a good choice.