Smoked Baby Back Ribs

People do barbecue a little differently from region to region, and far beyond the South. You can find great BBQ from Delaware to Alaska. So, whether you prefer the acidity of Eastern Carolina-style pork or the smokiness of Texas-style brisket, you can enjoy your favorite version wherever you are—including your own backyard. Start with Food Network Kitchen’s take on a classic: baby back ribs. These sweet-and-smoky ones take a bit of time and planning, but you’ll be rewarded with tons of flavor. Plus, once you get the technique down, you’ll find yourself using it again and again. Just don’t forget the sides!