With Memorial Day here, the season for impromptu barbecues and backyard bashes is finally here. But instead of reverting to the default potato salad and hot dog menu, why not make your backyard barbecue extra special with something unique, delicious? Try out this easy Ribs recipe this season. These tender ribs have all the great taste of ribs cooked for two to three hours over a low fire for a fabulously smoky flavor. In this easy adaptation, the ribs are slow-cooked in the oven, then finished on the grill. Baby back ribs cut across the bone are the classic choice, but whole ribs are just as delicious.
We love this time of year and all the outdoor grilling & delicious food that comes with it. Cooking on the grill while enjoying the beautiful weather seems to takes the work out of making dinner. And one less mess in the kitchen probably pleases everyone. It’s a win-win.
One of our favorite sides is grilled sweet corn. It could be served solo too if you just need a quick treat. Either way, there’s really nothing better than biting into a crisp piece of corn with the perfect sweetness.
This recipe is simple & fast but also tasty & filling. It’s one you’ll want to have on repeat all summer long. You friends & family will thank you!
Lemon is normally the star of the show when Salmon is on the menu. But we decided to change things up & swapped out the lemon for lime. Whether you’re a lemon lover or a lime lover, we guarantee you’ll love this combo.
Lime is less acidic than lemon & balances out the sweetness of our delicious clover honey. The honey butter thickens just enough to caramelize on the top & create a thin crisp layer. Then the garlic steps in to enhance the flavor throughout the entire filet.
Rocky Mountain Honey was established in 1992 as Gorder’s Honey by Ed Gorder in Blackfoot, Idaho. It was later bought by current owner David Dance in February 2015 where it then became Rocky Mountain Honey. Read More