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Whisk all the ... the rack of <B><B>ribsB>B>. Slice between ... slow cooker on low for 3-4 hours. They should fall off the bone - that's how tender they will be!
In a large kettle stand the <B><B>ribsB>B> and cover with ... side. Coat with <<B>BB>>barB>-b-<B>qB> sauce, turning a ... turn. Watch ribs closely as they will burn with sauce on.
Make oil and ... marinade. Put pork <B><B>ribsB>B> in baking dish ... heat and add <<B>BB>>barB>-b-que sauce and ... additives to <B>barB>-b-que sauce: smoke flavoring or honey.
Season short <B><B>ribsB>B> to taste. Brown ... chopped onion. Pour <<B>BB>>barB>-b-que sauce evenly ... (aluminum). Place in 350 degree preheated oven and cook until tender.
Par boil <B><B>ribsB>B> with red pepper ... outdoor grill and cook until desired blackness, brushing constantly on both sides with sauce, 10 to 15 minutes each side.
Mix all ingredients ... from pork spare <B><B>ribsB>B>. Cut into ... Cover with barbeque sauce. Cook in 350 degree oven, uncovered for 1 hour and serve hot. Serves 4.
Brown pork <B><B>ribsB>B> in oven on ... sauce, and drain the rest off. Add sauce to ribs and continue to cook on low until done. Approximately 2 hours all together.
Sear <B><B>ribsB>B>, place in ... onions. Pour remaining ingredients over onions and ribs. Bake at 325 degrees for 2-3 hours. Add water when needed. 2-3 servings.
Brown and salt <B><B>ribsB>B>. Drain off excess fat. Pour sauce over ribs. Bake 1 1/2 hours in moderate oven. Baste often. For more ribs double or triple sauce.
Arrange <B><B>ribsB>B> in baking dish. ... cook the day before you plan to serve and refrigerate overnight. Remove the fat from the top before reheating and serving.)
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