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Restaurants

TGI Fridays Thinks Ribs Don’t Have Enough Pork, Covers Them in Bacon

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TGI Fridays released a commercial Tuesday promoting their new Rib Flight Trio special.

Casually sprinkled within this commercial are some bacon-crusted ribs. BACON-CRUSTED RIBS. For some completely unfathomable reason, they didn’t make these ribs the main attraction of the video. I guess pork slapped on top of pork isn’t a big deal to them.

So, the other four baby back ribs flavors featured in the video are pretty standard. They offer their Chipotle, sweet Memphis Rub, Tennessee BBQ and Jack Daniel’s BBQ ribs. Those are all cool and probably delicious, but can we please talk more about the Applewood Bacon-Crusted freaking baby back ribs?

These ribs have chopped up pieces of bacon covering every square inch of the baby back rib!

Anyway, the Rib Flight Trio special allows you to try up to three of the different flavors at once for $10. We just need to try the one, thanks.

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Cravings

Craving: Baby Back Ribs

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Although it’s unbearably hot outside, nice weather always makes me want to cook outside. I haven’t had baby back ribs in who knows how long, and right now I could seriously go for some for lunch. Pioneer Woman shows us how they should be made; time to go to the store.

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Cravings

Craving: Baby Back Ribs

I think I’m on a roll with this summer feeling because I really can’t think barbecue without the thought of baby back ribs. Ribs are one the many foods that make you look like an idiot if you eat with fork and knife. There’s certainly no better feeling than ripping away a piece off the rack and nibbling down on that delicious meat ’til all you see are a stack of bones. Whether you like wet or dry rubs, either way you can’t go wrong. (Thx SmittenKitchen)