|The Island Cookbook|
|by Barbara Sherman Stetson|
A collection of the best kitchen-tested recipes that the Islands of southern New England have to offer.
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Mix together all of the marinade ingredients. Pour over the ribs in a glass ... ribs are a dark golden brown, approximately 30 minutes. Serve hot or warm.
Mix first 7 ingredients. Marinate ribs 4-6 hours or overnight. Grill ribs until almost done. Add honey to marinade; brush marinade on ribs the last 5 minutes.
Cut ribs into serving-size pieces ... Drain well, reserving marinade. Grill ribs ... 425 degrees for same time. These are to die for, they are fantastic!
Heat grill. In ... reserving 1/2 cup marinade. Add tomatoes ... medium-rare. Transfer steaks to serving platter. Top steaks with reserved tomato marinade.
For marinade, combine pineapple ... and refrigerate. Place ribs in a rectangular ... minutes. Serve with Jamaican Hot Pepper Sauce on the side. Serves 4.
Combine beef, brown ... thoroughly blended. Place ribs in 2 or 3 large roasting pans, pour marinade evenly over ribs; ... Draining excess marinade back into pans. Combine ... the smallest pork baby ribs available. One ... Yield: 8 to 16.
For the grill: Cut ribs into serving size ... Drain well, reserving marinade. Grill ribs ... on thickness. Baste with marinade frequently while grilling.
Make ginger sauce: ... ginger. Pour over ribs and place them ... Remove ribs from marinade. Save marinade. ... marinade, until well browned on both sides.
Mix honey, hoisin, ... peppers together. Place ribs in large plastic bags, pour marinade over ribs. Turn ... can be used also for chicken or roast pork.
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