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THE TYPES OF RIBS THE REGIONAL FLAVORS Hy-Vee offers several tasty cuts that vary in size, flavor and meatiness. In all cases, low, slow cooking is key to getting deliciously tender, flavorful ribs. PORK KANSAS CITY spareribs loin baby back ribs From the belly of the pig where bacon comes from, these are less meaty than baby backs or country-style ribs. These small, meaty, lean ribs are cut from the loin section near the spine of the pig. They're more tender than spareribs and cook in less time. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (225°F) for 3 hours. Then foil-wrap ribs and grill 1 hour. Unwrap and grill over direct heat 30 minutes. Rev up the flavor of ribs with ready-made sauces and rubs. Find these and more at your local Hy-Vee. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (250°F to 300°F). Allow 3 to 4 hours cooking time. HOW MUCH TO BUY: 1 (3-lb.) slab to serve 4 HOW MUCH TO BUY: 2 (12-bone) racks to serve 4 to 6 St. Louis-style ribs country-style ribs The same as spareribs but have cartilage and rib tips removed to create a uniform, rectangular-shape rack. Cut from the pork loin, these meaty ribs are available in individual servings. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (225°F). Allow 3 hours cooking time. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (225°F) for 3 hours. Then foil-wrap ribs and grill 1 hour. Unwrap and grill over direct heat 30 minutes. CAROLINA MEMPHIS HOW MUCH TO BUY: 3 to 4 lb. boneless to serve 4 HOW MUCH TO BUY: 2 (2½- to 3-lb.) slab to serve 4 BEEF TEXAS beef short ribs specialty cut beef ribs From the section of ribs below the cow’s stomach. Same as short ribs but longer. Order from your Hy-Vee Meat Department. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (225°F). Allow 3 to 4 hours cooking time. TO GRILL: Indirect heat (225°F). Allow 3 to 4 hours cooking time. HOW MUCH TO BUY: 4 lb. to serve 4 HOW MUCH TO BUY: 4 to 5 lb. to serve 4 12 SEASONS | June 2020 the sauce the rub Sweet, thick and tangy tomato-based sauce makes KC-style beef or pork ribs stand out. Sauces contain ketchup, sugar, vinegar and molasses as well as cayenne and other spices. The sauce coats well when brushed on ribs for out-of-thisworld flavor. Like the sauce, KC-style rubs are on the sweet side. A typical rub has about a two-to-one ratio of brown sugar to the usual dry rub spices, including chili powder, paprika, garlic and onion powders and cayenne pepper—a nice balance of sweet and savory with a slight kick. the sauce the rub Thin, vinegar-based sauces typify Western Carolina BBQ; tangy mustard-based sauces represent the South. Mop sauces with cider vinegar, brown sugar and cayenne pepper are common for marinating and basting grilled meat. Pork is the traditional meat of choice for Carolina barbecue, and the sugar-based rubs here are balanced with garlic and savory spices. In addition to ribs, the rubs boost flavor for sweet corn and potatoes. the sauce the rub Memphis sauce, made with tomatoes, vinegar and spices, is generally thin and not too spicy, with a hint of sweetness. In Memphisstyle BBQ, sauce is often brushed on ribs toward the end of cooking or served alongside dry ribs. Memphis-style rubs consist of salt, brown sugar, onion and a variety of spices. Apply rub evenly, then let the meat stand at least 30 minutes, or wrap and chill it overnight before grilling. Also use the rub on other pork cuts or chicken. the sauce the rub Spicier, less-sweet sauce flavored with chili powder, ancho powder, hot sauce and cumin is typical to add richness and depth to grilled or smoked Texas-style ribs and other beef cuts. The big taste of Texas BBQ comes through in smoky blends of robust spices that have hints of sweetness. Try these rubs on your favorite cut of ribs at your next cowboy-inspired cookout. SEASONS | hy-vee.com 13

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