National Barbecued Spareribs Day is a food holiday held on July 4 of every year. Spareribs are short ribs of pork and are enjoyed in different variations around the world. These ribs tend to have more bones than meat, and their tenderness comes from the fat. The day is observed by barbecuing the spareribs specifically. Ribs of both pork and beef can be used to barbecue. Spareribs are famous for barbecue, and smoked ribs in the market are used to grill. July 4 is also Independence Day in the USA, so enjoy this combo in your backyard watching the parade and fireworks. So get the barbecue set ready to barbecue and grill the great spareribs. You can eat the ribs with some sweet potato fries and maple sauce.
It is better to have burnt and lost, then never to have barbecued at all.” – William Shakespeare
History of National Barbecued Spareribs Day
The origination of National Barbecued Spareribs Day remains anonymous. National Barbecued Spareribs Day is often viewed as a creation competent to Independence from Meat Day. Spareribs are likely to come from an old German term meaning cooking the ribs on a spit which means that spareribs should be barbecued. These ribs are cooked soft such that the flesh falls off the bone even at the slightest touch. These ribs are seasoned with spice and different flavors. Enjoy your meal with some barbecued spare ribs and sauce.
Other Celebrations on July 4
July 4 is also celebrated as
- Independence From Meat Day
- Independence Day (United States)
- National Caesar Salad Day
- Jackfruit Day
- Sidewalk Egg Frying Day
How to celebrate the day
Celebrate National Barbecued Spareribs Day by simply barbecuing or grilling the spareribs. As it is also the Independence Day of the country, so relax at home with a barbecue and friends. Try to cook the spareribs using a dry rub or sauce before the grill, and cook them as long as possible to make them melt in your mouth. One can give an attempt at making the sauce at home itself. You can also prepare for a small get-together with your family and loved ones. Calories do not count today, so enjoy them till the heart is happy. Post pictures and share your celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #BarbecuedSpareribsDay.
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