|Raleigh House Cookbook II|
|by Martha R. Johnson|
After Raleigh House Cookbook received great reviews, my family insisted that I write a second cookbook.
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Adjust volume of ... sauce to cover ribs. Marinate ribs ... for approximately 1 hour. Ribs should appear rather crusty from the marinade when done baking.
Broil 2 pounds ribs until brown on ... or flour to thicken the sauce and pour over ribs in oven pan or large skillet and bake or simmer for 1 1/2 hours.
Bake western style ribs, uncovered at ... minutes. If not brown as desired, broil for a few seconds. Use the Open Pit sauce or your own favorite barbecue sauce.
Place ribs in a single ... Gently boil for about 15 minutes or until desired thickness. Mix sauce with meat and gently heat. Can be served alone or on buns.
Put in large pot and rinse sauce from cans adding about 1/2 can of water to each can and add to sauce. Add: Season pork with salt, pepper and garlic ...
In pan, place ribs, cover with ... juice in bottom. Pour about 1/2 bottle of sauce on top of ribs. Re-cover and cook for 30 minutes more on 300 degrees.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Place roast in shallow pan with a rack. Add salt and pepper. Bake for 1 hour (add 30 minutes for frozen roast). Then ...
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