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Rib Recipes

Looking for pork rib recipes? Try one of these delicious bbq, baby back, spare rib, slow cooker and other ribs recipes.

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I like my food with a spicy kick; my wife does not. These ribs with green chilies suit her taste. For more firepower, add cayenne or jalapenos. —Guy Newton, Nederland, Colorado
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Slow Cooker Peach BBQ Ribs

Slow Cooker Peach BBQ Ribs

Slow Cooker Peach BBQ Ribs

For dribble-down-your-chin sweet ribs, start with peaches and barbecue sauce, then add a boost of chili powder, cumin, paprika and cayenne. Keep the napkins coming. — Sue Ryon, Shorewood, Wisconsin

Smoky Cranberry Ribs

Smoky Cranberry Ribs

Smoky Cranberry Ribs

I love cranberries and freeze them in season to enjoy all year-round. Living near New Jersey’s cranberry bogs inspires me to develop new and delicious ways to use them, as in this recipe.—Christine Wendland, Browns Mills, New Jersey

Pork with Peach Picante Sauce

Pork with Peach Picante Sauce

Pork with Peach Picante Sauce

When fresh peaches are in season, I cook these pork ribs up for family and friends. I love the recipe because I only need six ingredients, the slow cooker does the work for me and the ribs turn out tender and tasty.—Connie Jenista, Valrico, Florida
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Big John's Chili-Rubbed Ribs

Big John's Chili-Rubbed Ribs

Big John's Chili-Rubbed Ribs

When my family thinks of summer grilling, it's ribs all the way. Our Asian-inspired recipe is a welcome change from the usual barbecue-sauce versions. —Ginger Sullivan, Cutler Bay, Florida

Country Ribs Dinner

Country Ribs Dinner

Country Ribs Dinner

Ribs slow-cooked with carrots, celery, onions and red potatoes are pure comfort food for us. To add a little zip, we sometimes sprinkle in cayenne. —Rose Ingall, Manistee, Michigan

Lemon-Ginger Barbecued Ribs

Lemon-Ginger Barbecued Ribs

Lemon-Ginger Barbecued Ribs

Although my husband does most of the cooking for us, the kitchen is all mine on weekends! I was inspired to make this recipe for a family member who's allergic to tomatoes.

Green Chili Ribs

Green Chili Ribs

Green Chili Ribs

I like my food with a spicy kick; my wife does not. These ribs with green chilies suit her taste. For more firepower, add cayenne or jalapenos. —Guy Newton, Nederland, Colorado

Peachy Pork Ribs

Peachy Pork Ribs

Peachy Pork Ribs

These meaty ribs are great picnic fare. First bake them to make them tender, then simply finish them off on the grill with a fruity basting sauce.—Tom Arnold, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Slow Cooker Pork Pozole

Slow Cooker Pork Pozole

Slow Cooker Pork Pozole

When the snow begins falling, I make a heartwarming stew with pork ribs and hominy. This is a fill-you-up recipe of lightly spiced comfort. —Genie Gunn, Asheville, North Carolina

Ribs 'N' Stuffed Cabbage

Ribs 'N' Stuffed Cabbage

Ribs 'N' Stuffed Cabbage

This recipe is one that I remember my Grandma Olah making often. She usually served it with sour cream on the side and fresh seeded rye bread.—Paul Joseph Yuhas, Denver, Colorado

Peach-Glazed Ribs

Peach-Glazed Ribs

Peach-Glazed Ribs

For a mouthwatering alternative to the usual barbecue sauce for ribs, try this slightly spicy recipe from Sharon Taylor of Columbia, South Carolina at your next picnic. "The peaches add just the right touch of sweetness and a lovely color to this special sauce."—Sharon Taylor, Columbia, South Carolina
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