Burgers' Smokehouse takes the time and cares to uphold a 90-year-old tradition of slow-smoking signature sauced baby back ribs. These pork ribs are first hand-coated with a secret Burgers family spice blend.
Then, the ribs are allowed to rest in those spices for many days before being slow-smoked for hours to achieve the deep, rich flavor and naturally juicy, mouth-watering ribs. Unlike most baby back ribs for sale at grocery stores, Burgers' never uses liquid smoke and never adds water. They are smoked with real 100% hickory wood. There are absolutely no short-cuts.
How to Cook Baby Back Ribs
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Baby back ribs are wonderful heated up on the grill, from the oven, or in a crockpot (great for parties or game day food). Burgers' baby back ribs are fully cooked so all you have to do is heat them in one of the following ways.
- On the grill: Grill for 20 minutes over indirect heat. Turn every 5 minutes.
- In the oven: Wrap the ribs in foil and place them on a baking sheet. Place in the oven and heat at 350°F for 35 minutes.
- In a slow cooker: Cut into individual ribs and put them in a crockpot on high. Add 1/4 cup of water and any sauce remaining in the bag. Heat for about 2-1/2 hours or until hot.
- Baby back ribs are available with Burgers' signature KC barbecue sauce or dry rub. Dry rub baby back ribs are just as succulent as the KC sauced baby back pork ribs, but without the sauce.
- Burgers smokehouse carries a range of classic and modern style ribs, including the sweet and savory Hawaiian style.
Try a variety of Burgers' delectable ribs in the Connoisseur's Sampler. Or try the St. Louis sampler, which includes a slab each of sweet Hawaiian style, dry rub, and signature sauced St. Louis ribs.
What is the difference between Baby Back and St. Louis Style ribs?
- Baby back ribs, also known as pork loin back ribs, are the leaner upper pork ribs. They're called baby back because they are smaller than the remaining ribs.
- St. Louis style ribs are the lower ribs, which are a little flatter, squarer-cut rib than the baby backs, and popular with barbecue aficionados. While baby backs are a lean, meaty rib, the St. Louis style tends to be juicier because of their higher fat content. Burgers' ensures both the baby back ribs and St. Louis ribs are moist through slow, artisanal methods.
Burgers' Smokehouse also offers other quality smoked meats and barbecue, including smoked pork chops and beef brisket for sale. Not feeling like pork ribs? Try the signature sauced beef short ribs.