The Name Game.
These ribs frequently change their name.
First they were Chan's Ribs.
Then they became Karolyn's Ribs, then Sue's Ribs, then Dani Tucker's Ribs.
Maybe you'll want to make them and they'll become yours!
Want to see them a little closer?
Start out with a package of Pork Loin Backribs.
I got these at Costco and they would easily feed 8 people.
There's three racks of ribs in a package.
Start by cutting the ribs apart.
Then you're going to put them in a large pot.
Cover with water and bring to a boil, then turn the heat to low and simmer for 45 minutes.
Are you thinking--
You're going to wash away all the flavor?
That's what I thought at first, too.
I love watching the cooking shows were they show the ribs being cooked in a big smoker with a huge wood pile next to it and different kinds of wood chips soaked in beer.
I'm going to have to get Bryce to post his ribs recipe.
Make these ribs on the days you can't cook all day next to your smoker.
While the ribs are simmering, you're going to make the sauce.
1 cup shoyu
(that's soy sauce for the uninitiated)
1 cup sugar
1 cup barbecue sauce
pinch garlic powder
That looks like about a 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon.
Boil the sauce ingredients until the sugar has dissolved, about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside.
Skim the foam off the ribs and discard.
After 45 minutes, remove the ribs from pot and put them in a large roasting pan and pour the barbecue sauce mix into the roaster.
I use my turkey roasting pan.
As you're putting the ribs in the pan, coat them with the sauce.
And line them up.
After they're all lined up, use a turkey baster to baste the ribs.
Tilt the pan in one direction so all the sauce runs to that side. It makes it easier to fill the baster.
Give them a good baste.
Don't worry, they'll get there.
Put them in a pre-heated 350 degree F oven.
Cook them for 30 minutes, basting again every ten minutes.
First 10 minutes.
They're starting to get there...
Give them their first baste.
This is after the second baste.
Baste them one more time.
And they're done!
We also had a side of macaroni & cheese, some crisp baby green beans and a garden salad.
And, of course, rice.
Rick & Jessica came over for dinner tonight.
Jessica said the ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender and...
(Wait for it...)
The best ribs she's ever had.
You have my permission to change the name when you give out the recipe.
(Insert your name here)'s Ribs
The Naaame Game.
No printable recipe for this one yet.