All About Ribs
How to buy them, how to cook them, what to serve with them—and how to clean up after them.
Favorite Summer Sides
These fresh, easy twists on classic salads―all delicious at room temperature―are the perfect match for grilled burgers, chicken, and more.
Bone up on the most common types of cuts—and how best to prepare them.
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And guess what? Not all of them call for a grill.
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The best way to savor juicy, tangy ribs: Pair them with delicious summer sides.
Photo: Lisa Cohen
Feeling saucy? Liven up grilled ribs, chicken, and chops with a sweet and spicy glaze.
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Get your grill looking spic-and-span before the season starts.
- Minute 1: Make sure that all dials are in the off position. While the grill is slightly warm, turn off and disconnect the propane tank.
- Minute 2: Wearing work gloves, remove the grates and the metal plates under them. Place in a bucket of hot water mixed with dish soap.
- Minutes 3 and 4: Loosely cover the heating elements with a big piece of foil to protect them. With the grill brush, scrub the underside of the hood. (That residue that looks like peeling paint is actually a harmless buildup of carbon from grease and smoke.)
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