Take Your Pre-cooked Ribs on the Go This Summer

If you haven’t yet tried Tony Roma’s pre-cooked ribs, the summer is the perfect time to do so! Nothing says summer like the mouthwatering taste of barbecue, and no matter where you are, it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser. That’s why pre-cooked ribs are such an excellent choice- they allow you to take the delicious flavors of a backyard barbecue with you, without the hassle of firing up the grill.

  • Out on your boat: Whether you’re peacefully floating on a lake, or zipping down the river, bringing your grill along would be extremely inconvenient! Pre-cooked ribs are the perfect option for a boat trip, because they’re easy to carry along and pass out to the family.
  • Cooking out at the beach: The sun, the sand and the surf lend themselves to a relaxing family time. Make it even better by packing up some pre-cooked ribs and pre-chilled beverages, so no one has to stop having fun and leave the beach to eat.
  • Hanging out around the pool: If you’re lucky enough to have your own pool, why not host a pool-side barbecue. Pre-cooked ribs take the pressure off, and allow you to focus on having fun with your guests. Be careful if you’re bringing them to the neighborhood pool though- you might need to bring extras to share!
  • A summertime picnic: Forget the sandwiches! Pre-cooked ribs go great with summer side dishes like potato salad, baked beans and watermelon. Make your picnic a breeze by bringing ribs as your main course.
  • Camping out: Sure, there’s a grill at the campground, but once you’ve unloaded the car and set up the tents, is it really worth the effort? Save your energy for building a nice fire for roasting marshmallows once you’ve polished off all the pre-cooked ribs.

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