|The Two Fat Ladies Full Throttle|
|by Jennifer Paterson|
In their third uncensored romp through British and European cuisine, TV's doyennes of decadent food let it rip with all-new, rebelliously rich rec...
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Combine all ingredients and baste ribs at least once every half hour while smoking.
For ribs, remove all ... barbecue sauce, ketchup, beer, onion, pepper ... and baste with sauce until done, about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Mix beer, garlic, salt ... inch pan. Soak ribs for at least ... mixture until done at 350 degrees. Then put on grill with barbecue sauce for about 20 minutes.
Place 1st 5 items in baking dish. Top with meat and spread 1 tablespoon barbecue sauce over each piece of meat. Cover with foil and bake, ...
Boil ribs in beer for about 10 ... sauce. Blend thoroughly. Baste ribs with sauce and broil or grill over hot coals. Heat remaining sauce and serve with ribs.
Don't separate ribs, soak them overnight in beer in oven pan. ... sauce. Serve. Sauce: Combine last 7 ingredients and cook sauce until it simmers; keep warm.
Brown ribs. Salt and ... pour mixture of beer, brown sugar ... hours on low heat. Watch carefully. Liquid does cook out. Add water to keep from burning.
SAUCE: Combine all ... to 45 minutes. RIBS: Place ribs ... whole apples, vinegar, beer and garlic. Fill ... grill over charcoal - turning several times.
MARINADE: In small, stainless saucepan mix beer, hoisin, soy ... room temperature. Place ribs in a shallow, ... ribs are tender when pierced with a fork.
Combine all ingredients. Pour or brush on ribs. Save some of the sauce to use for basting. Bake at 375 degrees for about 1 1/2 hours.
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