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Old 11-01-2014, 11:12 PM   #11
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OK, I know this recipe will surprise you coming from me...

Lemon juice (lots!)
Oregano (a lot)
Cracked black pepper
Garlic
Rosemary (less)


I splash lemon juice liberally over the ribs, then rub crushed garlic on them. Then I sprinkle the pepper, oregano and rosemary on them. If you don't want to do them slowly on the grill then put them in your oven. We serve this with greek salad and wild rice. YUM!
Oooh....and +1!
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Old 11-02-2014, 01:12 AM   #12
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All great ideas and thanks so much. I think I need to buy even more ribs.

The several packages I have in the freezer, and were on sale, are extra meaty and very lean with no waste at all. They are somewhat bigger than "baby back" ribs however. I think they came from pigs who work out.
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Old 11-02-2014, 10:32 AM   #13
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I'm sure I'm not alone in requesting updates on what you choose and what you liked. I love hearing the reviews.
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Old 11-02-2014, 12:43 PM   #14
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I'm sure I'm not alone in requesting updates on what you choose and what you liked. I love hearing the reviews.
Me, too!
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Old 11-02-2014, 01:49 PM   #15
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It might be a while before I report back, but I'll be sure to do that.

Besides, you all know how to hunt me down here.

Thanks again friends!
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Old 11-08-2014, 12:33 PM   #16
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I am still looking for a new way to make ribs. I was going to start a thread and saw this. There has to be more ideas.
I have St Louis slabs also in the freezer. I took one out yesterday and just cannot bring myself to do an oven BBQ again.
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Old 11-08-2014, 12:47 PM   #17
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Ribs should work well done in the style of Cochinita Pibil. Probably work with Jerk seasoning as well.
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Old 11-08-2014, 01:21 PM   #18
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Ribs should work well done in the style of Cochinita Pibil. Probably work with Jerk seasoning as well.
Conchita Pibil? I do not have the seasonings to make jerk spice, nor do I have jerk spice.
I have plenty staples and plenty seasonings. I have some sauces, but nothing special as far as Asian. I have soy sauce. I'm sure we have some fruit preserves?
Asian does sound good. But I don't keep any Asian sauces or spices. Not even sure what to have on hand.
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Conchita Pibil? I do not have the seasonings to make jerk spice, nor do I have jerk spice.
I have plenty staples and plenty seasonings. I have some sauces, but nothing special as far as Asian. I have soy sauce. I'm sure we have some fruit preserves?
Asian does sound good. But I don't keep any Asian sauces or spices. Not even sure what to have on hand.
I have no suggestions for Asian, but Cochinita Pibil is Mexican. If you can get Achiote Paste, the rest of the ingredients are common grocery store items. If frozen banana leaves can't be found, just use foil.

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Conchita Pibil? I do not have the seasonings to make jerk spice, nor do I have jerk spice.
I have plenty staples and plenty seasonings. I have some sauces, but nothing special as far as Asian. I have soy sauce. I'm sure we have some fruit preserves?
Asian does sound good. But I don't keep any Asian sauces or spices. Not even sure what to have on hand.
Ketchup, soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic powder makes a good basic sauce. You can add other stuff to it as you please. Mustard, beer, fruit preserves, hot pepper powders or hot sauce, other spices...... Slow cook your ribs in that.
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