We live by a little motto here- The family that grills all year round, eats well all year round. Am I right, folks? ;)
It doesn't matter if it is 20 degrees outside or if there is a foot of snow on the ground, we break out our grill and electric smoker all year long.
We are also huge fans of fancying up our favorite bottled barbecue sauces. Why make it from scratch when you can pick up a bottle of your favorite Kraft barbecue sauce made with high-quality ingredients like tomatoes, sweet molasses, cider vinegar and cane sugar (ahem- no high fructose corn syrup here, folks!)? If you haven't tried Kraft barbecue sauces lately, be prepared to be impressed. Their line of newly revamped sauces in Original, Hickory Smoke, Sweet Honey, Mesquite Smoke, Sweet Brown Sugar, Sweet & Spicy, Spicy Honey, and Thick & Spicy are not only made with better ingredients, but are also bolder in flavor.
When I saw Kraft's recipe for Orange Barbecued Ribs, I knew we had to give it a try. My husband had been itching to grill the baby back ribs we have had in our freezer, and I couldn't wait to try this sauce. Kraft Original Barbecue sauce comes together with fresh oranges and a little spicy kick in these juicy and flavorful basted & grilled ribs recipe...