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  • The St. Louis-style dry-rubbed smoked ribs (half rack costs $16.99 and full rack is $29.99) and the creamy mac & cheese ($4.99) are also notable.

    From Butcher to Plate

  • Or try the newly opened High West Distillery and Saloon, housed in a former stable and a Victorian home -- you can thank Utah's recently relaxed liquor laws for allowing High West to produce small-batch whiskeys like Rendezvous Rye, which it pairs with smoked dry-rubbed tri-tip steak.

    Head 2 Head

  • The team of cooks are talking about doing one up with dry-rubbed Caribbean spices, going Mediterranean-style for another with olive oil, garlic and rosemary, making a simply seasoned one for real game-lovers, and serving some cucumber raita on the side.

    The Greenhorns Goat Spit Menu Sneak Peek! (and a chat with its founder/filmmaker)

  • This summer, she shared her secrets for awesome, dry-rubbed ribs.

    molly’s apple tarte tatin | smitten kitchen

  • Email a copy of 'molly's dry-rubbed ribs' to a friend

    molly’s dry-rubbed ribs » E-Mail | smitten kitchen

  • But my underlying loyalty to the dry-rubbed rib remained, and remains, unshaken.

    dustbury.com » Barbecue: variations on a theme

  • Well, after being twittish and skittish all day, I made it up to Zak by making a good dinner – ribeye steaks dry-rubbed with Turkish spices cooked in cast iron skillets on the stove, with fingerling potatoes sauteed in olive oil with fresh garlic, thyme and rosemary, a goat cheese and spinach salad, and a dessert.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Sweet Success

  • It starts with a near-the-brisket cut that's brined for four days, dry-rubbed for three, then smoked three hours before being steamed for three.

    www.startribune.com

  • Killer app: A full-pound of dry-rubbed, slow-cooked barbecued pork ribs and French fries $18.95 is just the thing for a wintertime snack.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • If you like your barbecue extra spicy, look no further than Jamaican "jerk" barbecue, where meats are dry-rubbed or marinated in an aggressive mixture of fiery spices.

    News - chicagotribune.com

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