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Rub for Ribs

The magic of moonlight and the sweet, smoky smell of ribs on the grill-that is what we call summer!

Using a dry rub like the ones we offer here at Jimmy's is a quick and easy way to prepare beef and pork ribs for grilling, smoking, baking, and slow roasting.

Rub for Ribs

The magic of moonlight and the sweet, smoky smell of ribs on the grill-that is what we call summer!

Using a dry rub like Jimmy’s beef and pork dry rub is a quick and easy way to prepare beef and pork ribs for grilling, smoking, baking, and slow roasting.

2 Cute Boys eating ribs and making a mess

Quick Rub for Ribs

Company will be arriving in less than two hours, and you are in charge of the ribs! With only a little time to spare, you can cover a lot of ground using a quick seasoning rub.

Just because it is a quick rub, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the flavor. Using a dry rub to prepare your meat will help give it that tasty outer crust and seal in the juicy flavor.

Now that you have opted for a quick rub, you have just bought some time to catch the score on the game, play a game of corn hole, change the baby’s diaper or to put another log on the fire.

2 Cute Boys eating ribs and making a mess

Quick Rub for Ribs

Company will be arriving in less than two hours, and you are in charge of the ribs! With only a little time to spare, you can cover a lot of ground using a quick seasoning rub.

Just because it is a quick rub, doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the flavor. Using a dry rub to prepare your meat will help give it that tasty outer crust and seal in the juicy flavor.

Now that you have opted for a quick rub, you have just bought some time to catch the score on the game, play a game of corn hole, change the baby’s diaper or to put another log on the fire.

Crown National's Prime Rib Rubs

A white table cloth, classical music, black ties and high heels may come to mind when you think about prime rib. Jimmy’s Rib Rub, a special blend of spices, can add an elegant flavor to your prime rib so it will be dressed for the party.

Put on a coat of Crown National seasoning before cooking your prime rib. As the prime rib is roasting in the oven, the spices and other ingredients will infuse through the surface of the meat providing it with a succulent, mouth-watering flavor that is easy to cut into ample slices

Ingredients in Our Rub for Ribs

We take our time in formulating the perfect blend of ingredients in our rub for ribs. Crown National's rib rubs can be used on pork ribs- spare ribs, baby back ribs, country-style pork ribs, you name it!

Use our dry rub on beef short ribs and back ribs, too. There are all kinds of fun sides to serve with ribs like coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans and garlic bread.

Crown National's Prime Rib Rubs

A white table cloth, classical music, black ties and high heels may come to mind when you think about prime rib. Jimmy’s Rib Rub, a special blend of spices, can add an elegant flavor to your prime rib so it will be dressed for the party.

Put on a coat of Crown National seasoning before cooking your prime rib. As the prime rib is roasting in the oven, the spices and other ingredients will infuse through the surface of the meat providing it with a succulent, mouth-watering flavor that is easy to cut into ample slices

Ingredients in Our Rub for Ribs

We take our time in formulating the perfect blend of ingredients in our rub for ribs. Crown National's rib rubs can be used on pork ribs- spare ribs, baby back ribs, country-style pork ribs, you name it!

Use our dry rub on beef short ribs and back ribs, too. There are all kinds of fun sides to serve with ribs like coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans and garlic bread.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs in the Crockpot

If you love ribs, raise your hand! If you own a crock pot, raise your hand! Now that we have that settled, let's move on to how easy it is to cook ribs in a Crock Pot using Jimmy’s Dry Rub seasoning for ribs. One of our favorite slow cooker rib recipes is Bubba’s Easy Honey Garlic-Your-Lips Slow Cooker Recipe.

Ingredients:

-3 pound rack of pork ribs, halved

-4 tablespoons of Jimmy’s Dry Rub for ribs

-1 cup of honey

-½ cup of soy sauce

-10 cloves of garlic, minced

 

Directions:

Season ribs evenly with Jimmy’s Dry Rub for ribs. Rub in on all sides. Add honey, soy sauce, and garlic to a large slow cooker. Transfer the ribs to the slow cooker and turn them over in sauce until coated.

Position the ribs so they are standing up, with the meatier side down, and so the meat side is against the walls of the slow cooker, with the bone sides facing in.

Cover and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 7-8 hours. Check after the alloted time. You want to make sure the meat is cooked through and tender. Remove the ribs and transfer to a cutting board. Cut between the bones to separate into individual ribs. Serve with additional sauce from the slow cooker, as needed.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs in the Crockpot

If you love ribs, raise your hand! If you own a crock pot, raise your hand!

Now that we have that settled, let's move on to how easy it is to cook ribs in a Crock Pot.

One of our favorite slow cooker rib recipes is Bubba’s Easy Honey Garlic-Your-Lips Slow Cooker Recipe.

Ingredients:

-3 pound rack of pork ribs, halved

-4 tablespoons of seasoning rub for ribs

-1 cup of honey

-½ cup of soy sauce

-10 cloves of garlic, minced

 

Directions:

Season ribs evenly with spices. Rub in on all sides. Add honey, soy sauce, and garlic to a large slow cooker.

Transfer the ribs to the slow cooker and turn them over in sauce until coated.

Position the ribs so they are standing up, with the meatier side down, and so the meat side is against the walls of the slow cooker, with the bone sides facing in.

Cover and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 7-8 hours. Check after the alloted time. You want to make sure the meat is cooked through and tender.

Remove the ribs and transfer to a cutting board. Cut between the bones to separate into individual ribs. Serve with additional sauce from the slow cooker, as needed.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs in the Oven

Put on your bib. I don’t care if you are a grown man. These ribs are so tender and juicy you will thank me later.

When we prepare ribs with a rub and bake them in the oven, they literally fall off the bone they are so tender. Oven baked ribs is a great alternative to grilled or smoked ribs because you don’t have to depend on the weather and it doesn’t matter the season.

It can be hotter than “you know what” outside or raining cats and dogs. That won’t put a damper on your rib feast.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs on the Grill

Pull up a chair and let me bend your ear for a minute. If you haven’t tried St. Louis-Style style ribs using Crown National's seasoning for ribs on the grill, you are in for a special treat. St. Louis Style ribs are trimmed down spare ribs that have a rectangular shape.

What will you need? We start with two large slabs of St. Louis Style ribs and apply the rub prior to grilling. Two slabs is enough to feed a family of 5 with some left over. With more mouths to feed, it is really easy to add slabs where needed.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs in the Oven

Put on your bib. I don’t care if you are a grown man. These ribs are so tender and juicy you will thank me later.

When we prepare ribs with a rub and bake them in the oven, they literally fall off the bone they are so tender. Oven baked ribs is a great alternative to grilled or smoked ribs because you don’t have to depend on the weather and it doesn’t matter the season.

It can be hotter than “you know what” outside or raining cats and dogs. That won’t put a damper on your rib feast.

Using a Dry Rub for Ribs on the Grill

Pull up a chair and let me bend your ear for a minute. If you haven’t tried St. Louis-Style style ribs using Crown National's seasoning for ribs on the grill, you are in for a special treat. St. Louis Style ribs are trimmed down spare ribs that have a rectangular shape.

What will you need? We start with two large slabs of St. Louis Style ribs and apply the rub prior to grilling. Two slabs is enough to feed a family of 5 with some left over. With more mouths to feed, it is really easy to add slabs where needed.

Using a Rub for Smoked Ribs

Yum Yum. Smoked pork ribs are divine. Using a rub for smoked ribs is the first step in preparing the ultimate smoked ribs. There are all kinds of different smokers and it really comes down to the smokemaster's preference. To keep it simple, a drum smoker or your BBQ grill will do just fine.

The combination of using a smoker to cook your ribs along with Crown National's seasoning results in something magical. The chemical reaction that occurs creates a tasty crust on the outside of the meat that any smokemaster would be proud of.

Using a Rub for Smoked Ribs

Yum Yum. Smoked pork ribs are divine. Using a rub for smoked ribs is the first step in preparing the ultimate smoked ribs.

There are all kinds of different smokers and it really comes down to the smokemaster's preference. To keep it simple, a drum smoker or your BBQ grill will do just fine.

The combination of using a smoker to cook your ribs along with Crown National's seasonings results in something magical.

The chemical reaction that occurs creates a tasty crust on the outside of the meat that any smokemaster would be proud of.

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