|Kentucky Always in Season|
|by Greta Hipp Burkhart|
KENTUCKY Always in Season recreates heirloom recipes into dishes for today's cook.
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Combine ingredients well and rub on ribs. Using the ... with your preferred BBQ sauce (we make ... falling-off-the-bone tender and you just can't wait any longer!
Combine seasoning ingredients ... the remainder. Wash ribs and pat dry. ... while large ribs may need a little more time on the grill. Adjust accordingly.
Using a small ... from outside of ribs (the seasonings cannot ... evenly. We cook our ribs with the meaty side facing up for about 75% of the cooking time.
Place ribs in a shallow pan. Mix BBQ sauce and Worcestershire ... Marinate for at least 2 hours. Bake 1 hour at 350°F. Can also be cooked on the grill.
Start off by placing ribs in a glass ... first layer of BBQ sauce after draining. ... they stick a little it is ok, that is what the oil and foil is for!!
No specific ingredient ... by marinating the ribs, putting them ... with the honey, BBQ sauce, ketchup and ... a separate bowl. Bon Appetit!! -Venezuela
Slice onion into ... Crock pot. Layer Ribs on top of ... Mix together both BBQ sauces and Dales. ... low for 7-8 hours. They will be fall apart tender.
Cut ribs into 3 inch ... from oven and cover with BBQ sauce. Continue to cook for 20 to 30 minutes. All times can be adjusted to your preference. Enjoy!!
Boil ribs on stove for ... boiled, mix ketchup, BBQ sauce, honey, and ... You'll want lots of napkins and extra sauce which can be used to pour over rice.
Place ribs in a 3 ... small bowl, combine BBQ sauce, honey mustard, ... fat. Drizzle some of the sauce over the ribs and serve ribs with remaining sauce.
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