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You CANNOT LOSE With This Recipe!
Summer is not even half way through but we’ve already had plenty of get-togethers and family meals over the grill. Even though I very much enjoy all the BBQ dishes, sometimes I just don’t feel like heating up the grill and staying next to it for an hour to make sure nothing gets burned.
Or, like the other day, when it was pouring down, I would much rather cook dinner in the kitchen. My sister and her family were coming over so I knew I needed a recipe that would feed a larger crowd. My two nephews are all grown up already (gosh, that makes me feel so old) and they’re not picky eaters, that’s for sure!
Fortunately, I had saved a few recipes for a rainy day (literally) and I decided to make these pork spareribs. They seemed simple enough to cook, and more importantly I knew I had pork spareribs in the freezer. I always stock up on meat whenever it’s on sale!
The aromas lingering in the kitchen were to die for, and you wouldn’t believe how fast my nephews emptied their plates and went for seconds!
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Quick Tip: Adjust the amount of red pepper flakes to your taste.