Grilled Baby Back Ribs with Sticky Brown Sugar Glaze

  • cyndemmm Posted: 06/20/10
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    LOVE THESE - Making them for the third time in 3 weeks. No need for barbeque sauce.

  • lauraanaya Posted: 06/01/10
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    this is a good recipe only change i would make is to double the brown sugar glaze recipe thay way you can keep basting the ribs til you ready to take them off the grill...these are tasty!

  • wrbawoman Posted: 09/02/09
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    These are outstanding!! My neighbor won our rib cook-off contest with this recipe!! He beat out 9 other contestants! Yummy!!

  • kellyhall Posted: 07/27/09
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    I loved these ribs and I am not a huge fan of pork! Soooo good! They take time but it is worth every minute. My guests loved them too!

  • nlawles Posted: 07/04/11
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    Yummy! I put these in the slow cooker all day and finished them off on the grill in the evening after work. Perfect. Falling off the bone and not a lot of time and work. the sauce was great!

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 07/04/11
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    These were good alternative to traditional barbecue ribs and I would certainly make them again. I boiled the ribs for 1 hr in salted water to draw out some of the fat then baked them in foil @ 350 for 1 hr...most tender ribs you'll ever ever eat without all the nasty grease!

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