25 Photos - Oct 16, 2012
Photo: In preparation for making my own BBQ dish inspired by Kraft's #DibsOnMyRibs competition, I checked out the barbecue sauce varieties online. There are a lot of options!

I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community.  This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Kraft #CBias #SocialFabricPhoto: Walmart may be ready for fall, but a lot of us want summer to hang on for one more barbecue (or at least a barbecue meal cooked inside, like I did).Photo: The Kraft BBQ Sauce display at my Walmart; the good stuff (or what I wanted, anyway) is down on the floor.Photo: Chipotle, honey, smoked and more: just some of the varieties of Kraft BBQ Sauce available for your recipes.Photo: I know it's not traditional in any way, but I wanted to make my BBQ dish with tofu. Probably because it isn't traditional. Don't be afraid!Photo: My haul from Walmart included tofu, sauce veggies and couscous, though my final meal ended up being a lot simpler.Photo: The gloomy weather brought the Dibs On My Ribs celebration inside, where we got to see this pretty part of Tyson's history.Photo: At the Kraft Dibs On My Ribs BBQ Cookoff at Tyson World Headquarters, country act Joey + Rory entertained the crowd.Photo: Joey + Rory's daughter Heidi is a great singer, too, and she's working on an album, so watch out for her!Photo: This is what a loving family looks like. Wife and husband duo Joey + Rory and their daughter, Heidi after performing at Dibs On My Ribs.Photo: One competitor's concoction included Kraft Spicy Honey BBQ sauce, mustard and McCormick dry rub (and I think I see a little whiskey, too!).Photo: The rub in action. Look at that delicious layer of goodness.Photo: One of the indoor cooking competitors for Dibs On My Ribs shines in the media spotlight.Photo: Here's a picture of the winning indoor dish: Fiery Pineapple Ribs. We didn't get to talk to Rebecca at Dibs On My Ribs, but clearly her recipe was awesome!Photo: Another competitor, Sandi, brought along a friend and got a new mascot courtesy of Tyson, which opened its kitchens to the finalists.Photo: Sandi explains the layers of flavor going on in her crock pots at Dibs On My Ribs. She used slow cookers because she doesn't actually have a working stove at home!Photo: Contestants received Dibs on My Ribs aprons and shirts. Cute logo.Photo: For my BBQ creation, I made baked barbecue tofu with sweet potato fries. First step: getting the tofu dry. I do it by wrapping the tofu in paper towels and pressing a plate on top. With my olive oil bottle.Photo: The tofu is then cut into slabs before marinating.Photo: My tofu BBQ marinade is the Kraft Thick and Spicy BBQ sauce with added water, garlic and pepper.Photo: The tofu looks yummy marinating in the barbecue sauce!Photo: The tofu after baking is sticky glazed and delicious.Photo: Sweet potato oven fries. Yummy and easy. (Just add oil, salt, pepper and a hot oven.)Photo: Because my husband was going away for the evening, I packed him up a supply of tofu and fries. None remained when he got home.Photo: Here's my plate, where I added a BBQ dipping sauce made of BBQ sauce and honey.

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