Father’s Day is right around the corner, and I think Dads are getting the short end of the stick. I don’t see restaurant adverts to book Father’s Day Brunch reservations. I am not seeing the flower guys on the street corner waving dad gear around for $20 bucks a pop. There’s not a campaign to bring Dad in for a mani-pedi. Hand him a 6 pack and let him be. What gives? A pop is just as important and needs to be reminded from time to time. So, GirlCarnivore, your trusted ambassador to all things meaty teamed up with Saber Grills and several other like-minded blogging pro’s for a special giveaway just in time for the Best Dad.
Saber Grills aren’t your everyday grill, they are up and coming with great innovated technology that I have seen some first hand sneak peaks at. Saber at it’s core believes BETTER TECHNOLOGY + BETTER CONSTRUCTION = BETTER EXPERIENCE. And with all good things, that’s the truth. Consider this:
- Rapid pre-heat (0-700 degrees in 10 minutes) and no flare-ups make Saber grills SMARTER.
- Saber’s infrared cooking system keeps food JUICIER.Attention to detail in the construction of the well-made grill. Extremely easy assembly
- Attention to detail in the construction of the well-made grill. Extremely easy assembly
- 304 stainless steel and top quality construction ensure Saber grills are STRONGER.
- Saber grills use a full 30% less fuel, make Saber the performance LEADER.
That’s right, Saber grills pretty much rock. And today, with #BetterFathersDay you can enter to win one Saber Cast 500 Grill!
for the ribs and brine
- 1/2 cup salt
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 lbs baby back ribs
- 2 cups wood chips soaked in water for at least 15 minutes and drained
for the spice rub
- 1 tbs plus 1/2 teas paprika
- 1 3/4 teas ground cumin
- 1 1/2 teas chili powder
- 1 1/2 teas dark brown sugar packed
- 1 teas white pepper
- 3/4 teas salt
- 3/4 teas dried oregano
- 3/4 teas pepper
- 1/2 teas cayenne pepper
- In a large pot with 4 quarts of cold water, stir in the sugar and salt until dissolved. Place the ribs in and keep cool for 1 hour. Remove and pat dry. *Tip: don't have the space in the fridge? Line a large cooler with ice and place the liquid in a heavy duty - CLEAN - plastic bag and toss the ribs in those. This will do for an hour.
- In a bowl, toss all of the rub ingredients together and thoroughly rub down the ribs 1 tbs per side. Place on a baking sheet and in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- Meanwhile, heat that grill up. Put the soaked wood chips in a small aluminum pan, or make one with a few sheets of heavy duty aluminum foil. Carefully place the pan with the wood chips over the main burner and turn all the burners to high. Heat the grill with the lid closed for at least 15 minutes. The wood should be heavily smoking.
- Scrape the grates clean and oil them before tossing the ribs on. Leave the primary burner (the one with the wood chips) on high and turn the others off to create an indirect heat source. Place the ribs on the cooler side of the grill and cook for 4 hours (heat should be about 275) with the lid closed, flipping every 30 minutes.
- Transfer the ribs to a cutting board and slice between the bones for serving.
- Charcoal Grill? No problem If you are brave enough to try this on a charcoal grill, go for it! It produces a wonderful smokey flavor. Heat the grill to between 275 and 300 with the bottom vent all the way open for air. Once those coals are nice and hot, build a pile on one half of the grill, leaving the other half empty. Cook the ribs for 2 hours, flipping every 30 minutes. The temperature will have dropped on the grill to about 250. Carefully add about 10 fresh charcoal briquettes and continue to cook for another 1/2 to 2 hours. Careful to watch that heat and any possibly flair ups.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Want to find out a little more, or maybe interested in purchasing a Saber Grill? Click here to find a Saber retailer near you or visit one of the many online Saber retailers
- Web address: Saber Grills
- Blog: Better Barbecue Blog For recipes, grilling tips and more!
- Facebook: SaberGrills
- Pinterest: SaberGrills
- Twitter: @SaberIRGrills
- Instagram: SaberIRGrills
Saber Grills sponsored this post and therefore #ad, however as always, the thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own. Grilling rocks and Dad’s (and the whole family) deserve kicking grilling equipment.
Here are more mouth-watering recipes ideas for for your Father’s Day Barbecue (or any barbecue) from some of my foodie friends. Plus gain additional entries for our #BetterFathersDay Saber Grill Giveaway by commenting on their recipes.
Sriracha Beer Glazed Chicken Skewers
Grilled Sticky Turkey Legs
Slow Smoked Raspberry Chipotle Ribs
Jalapeno Lime Chicken Fajitas
Grilled Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers
Grilled BBQ Ribs
Hibachi Steak with Grilled Wasabi Potatoes
Hot Dogs with Chipotle Cheese Sauce and Bacon-Corn Relish
Bacon Burgers with Bourbon Caramelized Onions and Goat Cheese
Grilled Loaded Nacho Fries