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“Country-style ribs are best roasted in the oven”, says grandma.
We all know that grandma knows best, right? Right! My grandmother was quite an old-school kind of lady. She didn’t believe in crockpots or microwave. Nope. She was a farmer’s wife her whole life and always cooked over a hot wood stove. My grandma would feed the farmhands lunch every day and I’ve heard that those guys looked forward to her cooking like nobody’s business. Grandma’s oven roasted country-style ribs was one of her most famous meals.
Thank you so much, Melady Cooks, for sharing your amazing country-style ribs recipe with us. This recipe reminds me so much of my grandma’s that it is like eating her cooking all over again.
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Quick Tip: Make sure you heavily season these country-style ribs to get maximum flavor.