National Barbecued Spareribs Day
National Barbecued Spareribs Day is a holiday that’s observed, appropriately enough, on the 4th of July every year. This is good for many people because they can knock out all of their BBQ-related holidays in one fell swoop. And we can’t think of anything better than throwing some spareribs on the grill on this hot summer day.
Inexpensive cuts of pork ribs when cooked on the grill with some barbecue sauce are some of the most sublime dishes a person could ever enjoy. So, on this holiday, let’s all get together and enjoy a little bit of barbecued spareribs magic. Now excuse us as we enjoy a nice rack of ribs.
Let’s Talk About Pork Ribs
Okay, since this is a holiday that glorifies and shows appreciation for the common sparerib, we thought that we would take a few moments to lay down some of the facts that we know about pork ribs and why they continue to be America’s favorite type of BBQ.
- There are four main types of pork ribs: Baby Back, St.Louis Style, Spare Ribs, and Country Style Ribs.
- Ribs should never be boiled.
- Spare ribs are cut from the belly of the pig.
- Pork ribs are popular in both Asian and Western cuisine.
Observing National Barbecued Spareribs Day
You really don’t need much of a guide to enjoy National Barbecued Spareribs Day. Literally, all you have to do on this day is to enjoy some BBQ spareribs. That’s it, so let’s not overcomplicate things.
Just fire up that grill, buy some quality pork spareribs and a quality BBQ sauce and let’s get this party started. While you’re enjoying your ribs, just don’t forget to tell us how they turned out by posting a picture of them on social media using the hashtag #BBQSpareribsDay.