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Old 07-18-2007, 11:38 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I just love spareribs and figured it was such a process that i don't even try. Baby or country. i used to make the country in the set it and forget it but gav e it away as i dont use it much and it's so big. any easy good recipes would be appreciated.
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Old 07-18-2007, 05:28 PM
 
Location: My heart is in Wyoming, my body is soon to follow.....
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I usually put them in the oven covered on 350 for about an hour then pop them on the grill. When they're done I put on my BBQ sauce and let them sit a couple minutes.
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Old 07-18-2007, 05:32 PM
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I agree with you Mimosa, it's such a production boiling the country ribs first, marinating, then roasting or BBQing - I'll have to try Earniefan's recipe cause I love them so ...
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Old 07-18-2007, 05:34 PM
 
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Oh sorry guys, I forgot to specify that my recipe was for baby back ribs.
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Old 07-19-2007, 01:22 AM
 
Location: Moved to town. Miss 'my' woods and critters.
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One of my most favorite of all meat dishes. My mom used to boil first then pop 'em in the oven with the sauce for what seemed like forever.

I just throw them on the grill over a very low fire for about an hour. Have a very large pan, pot, whatever, and cut the ribs in serving pieces and cover with a sweet Missouri based sauce, back onto the grill to get a little crisp and then simmer for another hour in the sauce. Hmmmmm hmmmm good.

We used to measure the length of time to BBQ this way:

"Is this going to be a 2, 3 or 5 beer BBQ?" This way the guys could play horseshoes or whatever while us ladies played card games for this period of time. Now that we are older and I'm sure wiser , we couldn't use that time measurement any longer. Now it would be "How long after your pill is taken can we eat?"
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:17 AM
 
Location: Penna
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Funny, Pork Ribs is what is on the menu in our house today.

First, I score the back sides. 2 long scrapes down the length then cross a few, like X's.
Then I use a dry rib rub. Make your own or "grille mates" has a good one. Place on a rack in broiler pan that can hold about 2 cups of water & 1/2 cup of liquid smoke. Cover tightly, "very tightly" so steam doesn't leak out.

Cook @ 275 for 4 hours or 225, 6 hours. The slower the better if you like them tender.

Serve with favorite BBQ sauce.

You can also finish them off on the grill with a small amount of BBQ sauce.

Enjoy
Foodmuse
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Old 07-21-2007, 10:04 PM
 
Location: Coastal Georgia
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Default I do 'em in the oven, no sweat

I hate standing over the grill for hours checking and flipping, and my grill doesn't seem to have a low enough temp.
Put the ribs in a covered pan with 1 cup water at 375 for about an hour, or until tender, but not so much they fall off the bone. Place the ribs on an open pan, cover with BBQ sauce and bake in a low oven, 250- 300, turning and basting every so often until they are done. You just want the oven hot enough to cook the ribs without burning the sauce, so allow a couple of hours.
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Old 07-24-2007, 06:17 PM
 
Location: Venice, Fl
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Default Cant go wrong here

Try this with 2 racks of baby backs. 2 1/2 cups light brown sugar, tbsp salt and pepper, 3 tbsp paprika , pinch of mustard powder , tbsp of garlic powder

mix all in a ziplock bag, rub on ribs , both sides, wrap each rack seperately in tin foil tightly, place in oven at 325 for 2.5 hours, remove from oven and finish on grill for 10 minutes each side on fairly low heat( dont burn the sugar base rub on the grill) finish with Stubbs smokey mesquite bbq sauce

if you have a smoker its best to cook in that , maybe 6 hours of slow smokin ,,, mmmmmmmm good, i hope you try this , they are very good
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Old 07-24-2007, 06:56 PM
 
Location: Moved to town. Miss 'my' woods and critters.
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Default ribs agrillin

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Originally Posted by gentlearts View Post
I hate standing over the grill for hours checking and flipping, and my grill doesn't seem to have a low enough temp.
Put the ribs in a covered pan with 1 cup water at 375 for about an hour, or until tender, but not so much they fall off the bone. Place the ribs on an open pan, cover with BBQ sauce and bake in a low oven, 250- 300, turning and basting every so often until they are done. You just want the oven hot enough to cook the ribs without burning the sauce, so allow a couple of hours.
NO NO NO...Yas miss the best part of BBQ ribs. You HAVE to stand over the grill for at 'least' one hour. Come on, you can do it...during that hour you can do soo many other things, read part of a book, partake in interesting conversation, even by yourself, if no one else around
Find a liquid to quench your thirst, write 'to do' lists, throw darts a picture of your least favorite elected official, do stretching exercises, meanwhile, flip those tasty morsels a few times.

Make up your own list, but ya gotta at least give it an hour...really
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