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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:36 pm 
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This is just so easy.....

Use any kind of ribs you want....just make sure they can fit single layer in a glass baking pan.

Ribs

BBQ sauce

Preheat oven to 325

Place ribs in baking pan...cover both sides with bbq sauce...don't be stingy.

Cover tightly with foil....and I mean tight...no gaps.

Bake for 2 hours

Remove foil and turn ribs in sauce.....serve!!!!!

They get so tender....the meat falls off the bone.


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want an even better recipe?

put ribs in a "spaghetti pot" then add two liters of Coca Cola (accept no imitiations)

turn on a medium heat so the ribs simmer for two hours

while simmering, get your BBQ grill going

pull ribs out at the two hour mark (careful or they will fall apart)

spread your favorite sauce or rub on the ribs

treat the ribs to the heat of your grill for 3-5 minutes per side

fuddernutter awesome.


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Barndog wrote:
want an even better recipe?

put ribs in a "spaghetti pot" then add two liters of Coca Cola (accept no imitiations)

turn on a medium heat so the ribs simmer for two hours

while simmering, get your BBQ grill going

pull ribs out at the two hour mark (careful or they will fall apart)

spread your favorite sauce or rub on the ribs

treat the ribs to the heat of your grill for 3-5 minutes per side

fuddernutter awesome.


I'll have to try this when the weather gets warmer and we start using the grill again. thumbsup:


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Barndog wrote:
want an even better recipe?

put ribs in a "spaghetti pot" then add two liters of Coca Cola (accept no imitiations)

turn on a medium heat so the ribs simmer for two hours

while simmering, get your BBQ grill going

pull ribs out at the two hour mark (careful or they will fall apart)

spread your favorite sauce or rub on the ribs

treat the ribs to the heat of your grill for 3-5 minutes per side

fuddernutter awesome.


I tried this Sunday and it came out great. Some guy that came over said try it with Moxie next time. My wife was impressed (a tough room)


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half rack of babies.

apple cider. a quart. best quality you can get. if you know of a local farm, go there to get the cider. And by cider, I don't mean hard cider. I just mean non-clarified real honest to god pressed unfiltered apple juice from apples.

oven goes to 275. slow oven! yes, oven. this one is not a grille recipe. it's for warming your house up in the winter. start in the morning.

rub salt into ribs. put ribs in pan. pour some apple cider on ribs.

uncovered the whole time. don't let it dry out.

turn every hour or so. keep a layer of apple cider. do not let it dry out. again. no dry out or all that sugar will burn. if anything, give the non-meat side more up-time.

rinse and drain all of the sour out of 32 oz sauerkraut. rinse and drain. take your time. you have all day.

when the ribs are almost falling apart (6-7 hours), remove them to a plate. takes all day. do this in the winter.

Put the sauerkraut into the pan. Ribs back on top. One final hour or so. that bed of sauerkraut will be fantastic.

You should have been able to get about a quart of apple cider evaporated into those ribs by this time.

fall-apart candy. simple. apples and pork were meant to go together. the bed of sauerkraut assures you lose no flavor.

serve with whipped potatoes.


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Correct me where I'm wrong, but barbecuing babies, even with a solid recipe, is illegal in all 57 states.


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librtyhead wrote:
Barndog wrote:
want an even better recipe?

put ribs in a "spaghetti pot" then add two liters of Coca Cola (accept no imitiations)

turn on a medium heat so the ribs simmer for two hours

while simmering, get your BBQ grill going

pull ribs out at the two hour mark (careful or they will fall apart)

spread your favorite sauce or rub on the ribs

treat the ribs to the heat of your grill for 3-5 minutes per side

fuddernutter awesome.


I tried this Sunday and it came out great. Some guy that came over said try it with Moxie next time. My wife was impressed (a tough room)


no other good uses for Moxie.


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librtyhead wrote:
Barndog wrote:
want an even better recipe?

put ribs in a "spaghetti pot" then add two liters of Coca Cola (accept no imitiations)

turn on a medium heat so the ribs simmer for two hours

while simmering, get your BBQ grill going

pull ribs out at the two hour mark (careful or they will fall apart)

spread your favorite sauce or rub on the ribs

treat the ribs to the heat of your grill for 3-5 minutes per side

fuddernutter awesome.


I tried this Sunday and it came out great. Some guy that came over said try it with Moxie next time. My wife was impressed (a tough room)


Used this recipe for ribs last night. EXCELLENT! :D

It couldn't have been any simpler. thumbsup:


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