Our Top 10 Recipes

Every year at AmazingRibs.com, we take a peek at the recipes that you, our visitors, enjoyed the most over the course of the entire year. Spoiler alert: ribs are #1! But you might be surprised at some of the other recipes that have risen to the top. Homemade pastrami, a couple of spice rubs, and Chicago Italian beef sandwiches all made the list this year. We're thrilled that you are enjoying these recipes! To celebrate the holiday, here's our year-end top 10 list of the most popular dishes on AmazingRibs.com, in order from top to bottom. Drum roll, please...!

 

"Once you have mastered a technique, you hardly need look at a recipe again and can take off on your own. "

Julia Child
best bbq ribs ever
Here are step by step instructions for mouthwatering BBQ ribs that are so juicy and tender, just like the competition pitmasters and the best ribjoints do it. Start with our award winning spice rub and end with championship tangy sticky sweet sauce. And you do not need a smoker, you can do it on a grill! read more
smoked brisket being sliced at Blacks BBQ restaurant
If you've ever wondered how to smoke a brisket, behold the best smoked brisket recipe ever! It all begins by selecting the right brisket, followed by how to season brisket, how long to smoke brisket, how to wrap brisket, how to slice brisket, and more. Follow this easy BBQ brisket guide for mouthwatering results! read more
Memphis Ribs
Here's an award winning recipe for classic Memphis style barbecue dry rub that's great on pork, chicken, fish, beef, and veggies. Memphis is know for the dry rub ribs, skipping the sauce is favor of a Memphis rib rub that allows the meat to shine through. This easy recipe makes the only BBQ rub that you'll ever need! read more
meatheads smoked pastrami recipe
If you've ever wondered how to make pastrami then we've got you covered. Moist, tender, and full of flavor, this is the ultimate homemade smoked pastrami recipe. So what is pastrami? Simply put, it's Jewish barbecue, i.e. corned beef that has been smoked. This is about as close to Katz's pastrami recipe as you'll get! read more
Turkey Dinner For Thanksgiving
Better your bird! Here's everything you need to know about making the ultimate turkey, smoked, grilled, or barbecued. We cover shopping, thawing, prep, injecting, cooking, gravy, and carving. And we bust the myths about brining and resting, and explain how to spatchcock (butterfly). Plus a recipe for stuffing muffins! read more
Smoked Beef Ribs
Create delicious smoked Texas-style BBQ beef ribs at home with this tested smoked beef rib recipe. Whether it is meaty beef short ribs or the more flavorful beef back ribs, the key to successfully replicating this Texas BBQ classic is cooking them low and slow over live fire with just the perfect touch of smoke. read more
double smoked ham on the grill
Create the best ham you've ever tasted with this ultimate double smoked ham recipe. Ordinary store bought ham is taken over the top by slowly smoking it on the grill. The true star of the show, however, is the sweet and savory glaze composed of apricot preserves, honey, brown sugar, mustard, Worcestershire, and more. read more
brisket rub raw
This flavorful beef dry rub recipe is perfect for seasoning brisket, beef ribs, steak, and more. In Texas, many barbecue joints use plain old salt and pepper, called Dalmatian rub. But beef brisket and beef ribs can handle, and benefit from, a more potent mix of spices. You can make this beef rub in advance and store. read more
Italian Beef Sandwich
Classic Italian Beef Sandwiches are a popular regional specialty in Chicago and here is the recipe to make easy authentic Italian beef sandwiches at home featuring slow smoked beef, drippings, and peppers. Here's an authentic recipe and a rundown of the best places to buy these awesome sandwiches in Chicago. read more
pulled pork sandwich
This easy pulled pork recipe skips the slow cooker to create authentic low and slow smoked pulled pork on a smoker or grill. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust, and a gentle splash of BBQ sauce, BBQ pulled pork is a foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds. read more

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