How many ways can you serve up a rib? Stop by Just Rib It to find out. With a special focus in baby back ribs, the team at this trailer whips up a bounty of fall-off-the-bone fare for meat-loving patrons across Phoenix, AZ.
Here, you can grab an old-fashioned rack of hickory smoked ribs, a dish delicious in its own right. However, if you’re feeling adventurous, there are ample innovative options. Ribs slathered in nacho cheese anyone? What about Thai peanut sauce or a creamy barbecue bacon spread? While meat-lovers will find their bliss here, don’t think this establishment caters exclusively to the carnivorous. There’s a whole vegetarian menu packed with equally drool-worthy meat-free options like a mouth-watering vegan slaw dog. Getting hungry? Then make Just Rib It your next culinary destination. If you love it, we’ve got good news. They cater, so don’t hesitate to book ‘em for your next event. Guests will leave thanking you.
Japanese Tempura Baby Back Ribs — Juicy ribs coated in a savory tempura batter. Yum.
There are a dozen or so unique sauces and styles of ribs.
Our cook learned a good part of his cooking style, especially with the ribs, from his mother.
We're just entrepreneurial that way. We like being a blessing to people. We find that when we bless others we are are more blessed.
Charlotte: My family was always big cooks and bakers.
David: My parents. They worked incredibly hard all my life and instilled a strong work ethic in me.
Mardi Gras. There was shrimp étouffée, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, and a beignet station.
Charlotte: Mine would probably be the fish.
David: Ribs, probably. We also serve an amazing bread pudding that’s just out of this world.
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