Love your pig!

Do you know how hard it is to find a tempting, tasty picture of pork ribs on the Internet? Harder than you might think.

But with the 4th of July coming up, I've been thinking about ribs. How when you bite into them, the warm juices run down your arm. The flavor explodes in your mouth. Washing it down with a swig of lemonade. My favorite Boston-based ribs are at Redbones. Big, fat Texas beef ribs.

However, since most of you live nowhere near Boston, chances are you'll either go somewhere else or make your own. That's the beauty of the 4th of July. The chance to kick back and barbecue with friends. Party ideas and recipes abound on the Internet, but a few of my favorites are at The Food Network and Martha Stewart's Grilling Guide. Looking for some tasty libations to serve up with those grilled treats? Click here to find out how to make everything from a mint julep to a mojito.

Barbeques are what you think about on rainy days at the end of June. Forgive me for jumping the holiday gun.

Comments

Anonymous said…
yea, beeeotz!!

can't wait...
619poser said…
i know it's sacrilegious to go against the beef ribs, and i ranted and railed when it was suggested to me, but everyone should go to redbones at least once, skip the ribs, and have the brisket. i am converted.

or, you could have the ribs AND brisket. you only live once, and all those millenia in purgatory should make for a fabulous figure when i finally get to enter heaven
Greg said…
What's this nonsense about "Loving your pig" turning into a recommendation for BEEF ribs. That's cow, yo. But at least you started out with the right idea: it's the Memphis pork ribs that rule. And the brisket is indeed damn fine.
619poser said…
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619poser said…
if you had any doubt that meat eaters were superior beings...

Moooooooooooo.

that's right, you vegan ponces may be individually hang on an extra year or two, but in the end we will prevail!

texas > brisket > memphis. sorry greg, but that's the way it is. although memphis > 95% of other food.
Greg said…
That simply won't do. You know why? I don't even INCLUDE Texas ribs in my lineup. Memphis, Arkansas, brisket, pulled pork, barbeque beef...they ALL beat out those lame-assed Texas ribs.
619poser said…
look, are we gonna have to rumble over this? my cow can beat up your pig anytime, buddy...

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