Sunday, February 3, 2008

Great Ribs... Terrible Superbowl

I am writing this entry in semi state of shock as I try to recover to the Pats crushing defeat to the Giants. This is compounded by the fact that I currently live in Manhattan and I will have this defeat rubbed in my face in the morning at work.

On a happier note the ribs were a great success. The basic recipe is as follows:

3 lbs baby back ribs
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
4 tablespoons (or more) or your favorite spice rub
1 jar of your favorite BBQ sauce


1.) In a large bowl pour the apple cider vinegar over the ribs and turn the ribs over to apply and even coat.
2.) Pour the rub evenly over the ribs (make sure to apply it to both sides)
3.) Place the ribs on a preheated broiler pan and cook for 15 minutes (make sure to rotate and turn the slabs of ribs about every 3 minutes to avoid burning them)
4.) Take out the ribs and cut them into sets of 2 to 3 ribs (so they will fit in the crockpot)
5.) Put the cut up ribs into the crockpot and apply BBQ liberally
6.) Set the crockpot to 6 hours on high
7.) Every two hours add a little bit more BBQ sauce onto the ribs
8.) After 6 hours are complete, cook the ribs on low for one more hour and add more BBQ sauce
9.) Remove ribs and serve

Here are some photos of my results...

The results

The Aftermath


Sandra said...

Oooh those look good...thanks for sharing Jared :)

Overwhelmed! said...

I love ribs! Yours look great. :)

Thanks for sharing!

Jared said...

Thanks for reading guys. I promise the ribs are easy and delicious.

Happy crocking

Anonymous said...

Do you have any boneless pork rib recipes....or could I use this one for my boneless ribs?