Ribs cooked in four ways


Bicolano’s favorite diner, Biggs makes it easier for its patrons to enjoy its bestselling barbecued ribs at home with a ready-to-cook variant.

The restaurant chain’s frozen pre-marinated ribs, first made available in major supermarkets last year, can be ready in four ways: grilled over charcoal, braised in a pan over a stove, baked in an oven, or reheated in a microwave. Biggs has a video on its YouTube channel showing how to prepare its bestseller. 

Biggs diner’s bestsellers (clockwise) Classic Pork Barbecue, Pork Cordon Bleu, and barbecue ribs—available in ready-to-cook variant. 

Biggs’ ribs come in one-piece, two-piece, three-piece, six-piece packs, and 12-piece packs. 

In addition to ribs, other ready-to-cook meals include Honey Glazed Ham and Pork Cordon Bleu. Biggs also offers Grill Party Pack that serves six to eight people with six pieces ribs and 12 sticks of classic pork barbecue.

Biggs’ ready-to-cook meals are available in major supermarkets in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Batangas, Laguna, and Cavite, and can be ordered through the chain’s website (biggs.ph). 

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