What are Corn Ribs (and which SC restaurant serves them best)

a A new way to enjoy the classic BBQ side dishCorn ribs are the perfect addition to any summer meal. Made with corn cobs cut into rib-like strips, corn ribs are baked, fried, or grilled, and topped with seasonings and seasonings. While you can make corn ribs at home, there is one restaurant in CharlestonSouth Carolina, which has the best corn ribs in town.

From the outside, the basic kitchen may not look like it has one of Charleston’s best barbecue dishes, but don’t be fooled. Located off King Street, the restaurant is one of the most unique in the city.

The restaurant focuses on seasonal and sustainable eating, sourcing its ingredients from local farmers and farmers. This means that they offer a rotating menu, in keeping with what’s new and available. The restaurant also offers different specials every day to highlight what’s in season, including delicious Vegetarian BBQ for an alternative.

Corn ribs staple for the kitchen are good

Sydney Bollinger

The corn ribs, which were also available on the January vegetarian menu, were a huge hit at the restaurant. Made with local corn cut into strips resembling ribs, it’s topped with a homemade rub and drizzled with Alabama white sauce. After eating, lick your fingers and wipe them on your napkin. Basic Kitchen isn’t afraid to bring chaos to fine dining—and I love it.

Corn ribs are smoked, but not overcooked, and creamy from Alabama White Sauce. As someone who’s often overwhelmed by smoky flavours, I was pleasantly surprised when I took the first bite. If you are sensitive to spicy foods, you may take it slowly. The ribs have a nice kick – slow heat that settles in the more you eat.

Ordering the corn ribs as starters is a great option – each order comes with plenty to go around and they are always a crowd pleaser. If you are looking for a hot and delicious appetizer, try it with cauliflower wings. Want a milder blend? Enjoying corn ribs with delicious and crunchy fries is also a great option.

Basic Kitchen’s corn ribs can also be part of a great meal. I like to order them with the vegan caesar. Smoky-sweet with a salty Caesar kick is a winning combination because the flavors balance each other out so well.

Choosing this restaurant for your next meal in Charleston is a no-brainer. Vegetarian or not, the corn ribs at Basic Kitchen are definitely worth a visit.

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