|The Working Family's Cookbook|
|by Irena Chalmers|
More than just a recipe book, this volume offers the busy family over 250 delectable and nutritious egg, cheese, soup, vegetable, meat, and desser...
1 - 10 of 45 for slab ribs
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Thoroughly clean the slab of pork, removing ... Cut off the rib tips (ie, St. ... Apple smoke flavor and aroma won't be overwhelming to the taste. Enjoy.
Remove skin from back of ribs. Cut a ... weeks. This recipe may be used on ribs, chicken, or beef in either wood-fired/charcoal pits or gas grill barbecues.
Clean the ribs and de-fat. Remove ... of the pork slab are covered. Turn ... vegetables and condiments. The liquid sauce goes very well with mashed potatoes.
Note: Good smoked ribs require tender loving ... cut in half slabs, to the ... Open - Serve!! Remaining beers may be consumed anytime at chef's discretion!
Rub crushed garlic over ribs on both sides. ... well with paprika. Cook over hot coals or in 350 degree oven until done. Brush with your favorite sauce.
Tie garlic, bay ... cheesecloth. Cut each slab of ribs in half. Put ... the back ribs. Simmer with spices for 45 minutes instead of 30 minutes. 4 servings.
Trim fat from ribs (marinate if so ... grill, mop both sides with barbecue sauce. The taste is not in the sauce, but in the cooking process. Have a good meal!
Preheat grill. You ... more convenient. Lay ribs flat and generously ... should tear apart easily, be crispy on the outside and succulent on the inside.
Bake ribs at 325 degrees for 2 1/2 hours in oven baking dish; cover with foil. Mix sauce; brush both sides of ribs and cook an additional 30 minutes.
Sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides. Place ribs in roasting pan, ... Place in oven another 1/2 hour. Bake in 400 to 450 degree broiler or 350 degree oven.
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