Food Network has a simple and easy-to-follow recipe for barbecue pork spare ribs. The ribs are made on the grill, and flavored with a homemade barbecue seasoning and barbecue sauce. More »

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Baked in a 350 degree Fahrenheit oven, a single layer of pork spare ribs takes about 1 1/2 hours. Turn the ribs over after the first 30 minutes. After an hour, brush with barbecue sauce. Cook for 15 minutes, and then tur... More »

As with most other types of ribs, grilling pork country style ribs will require the cut of meat to be warmed to room temperature before grilling, cooked in a preheated grill and turned often since the meat is cooked dire... More »

The Food Network has a simple and easy-to-follow recipe for slow-cooker pork loin flavored with Parmesan and sage, served with a watercress salad. This recipe yields four servings. More »

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One recipe for best-ever barbecued ribs uses 8 pounds of baby back ribs, and creates a dry rub out of kosher salt, cayenne pepper, dry mustard, black pepper and paprika. The ribs can be cooked in the oven the same day or... More »

To make barbecue pork ribs in the oven, preheat the oven to 300 degrees, peel off the membrane on the bony side, lay ribs on foil meaty side down, and cover with two layers of tightly crimped foil. Bake for 2 to 2 1/2 ho... More »

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Some recipes for oven-baked barbecue ribs include best-ever barbecued ribs from Bon Appetit and Emeril Lagasse's oven-baked barbecue baby back ribs featured on the Food Network website. The Food Network recipe calls for ... More »

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