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What If I Told You, You Could Make These Year ‘Round?
My husband is one of those people who don’t seem to get enough of barbecuing, even if he’s by the grill every single day of the summer. The weather gets pretty cold here up North during the winter, so he has had to settle for meals cooked in the kitchen during that time of year, haha! However, I do enjoy great ribs, too, so I was wondering if there was a way to get excellent results for those, without lighting up the grill.
I came across this recipe over at Food.com and I thought it looked amazing, so I decided to give it a try. No, the ribs you see right here were not cooked in the grill. Yes, it’s totally possible to make these in your kitchen. And heck yeah, they turn out tasty!
So heat up your oven and get ready for the easiest, juiciest and most scrumptious ribs ever! It doesn’t matter if it’s raining cats and dogs outside – this recipe will guarantee you a wonderful meal, despite the weather conditions!
Recipe and image courtesy of Food.com.
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Quick Tip: Use baby back ribs or St. Louis style ribs for this recipe.