Joe’s Easiest Baby Back Ribs

Two ingredients. It doesn’t get much easier than that. You don’t even have to get the skillet dirty. This recipe couldn’t get any easier but when cooking baby back ribs all you really need is our choice cut Pork Baby Back Ribs, barbecue sauce and some aluminum foil.

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Frank’s® Buffalo Shrimp

This recipe will delight the seafood lover in your life. Easy to make and the ingredients won’t send you hunting through the store for unusual items. This simple, flavorful recipe is versatile and great for any season.

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Joe’s Beer Marinated Spareribs

It’s the last hurrah for summer BBQs and cookouts, and this is the perfect recipe to finish off the season. If you’re planning on preparing this, make sure that you start the prep work ahead of time, as the ribs need time to soak in the mixture of beer and spices. Once the grill is nice and warmed up, you’ll mix together beer, ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, maple syrup, brown sugar, liquid smoke, margarine, apple cider vinegar and honey mustard for a really tasty marinade. Cover the ribs with the mixture and grill for 1.5 to 2 hours.

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Saturday, August 15 Back to School Rib Burn

Join us on Saturday, August 15 for our Back to School Rib Burn! Trust us, you don't want to miss this event. Why? The BBQ'n Fool, Mr. Grant Ford, will make his only appearance of the season at Joe's Butcher Shop. In case you didn't know, Grant is an award-winning...

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Art of Wine

The annual, Art and Design District, Art of Wine takes place this Saturday July 18th from 5pm to 10pm. Admission is FREE, and a tasting glass to sample wines from over 20 local wineries and distributors is $15. Our friend Dr. BBQ himself, Woody, will be set up in...

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Coffee Coals – Exclusively at Joe’s

Coffee Coals are an all natural, healthy alternative to standard charcoal.  With no petroleum or additives Coffee Coals burn and are used like standard charcoal. The brainchild of Purdue Graduate and FOJ (friend of Joe's), Rich Bruins, Coffee Coals are made from...

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