I have never made ribs before but these were true to their name. They were very easy to prepare and the meat was moist, tender and falling off the bone. No forks needed. I would recommend the recipe, and the cooking method for preparing fall off the bone ribs. It doesn't get much easier.
Pork Ribs from Crook's Corner
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laurelg1 Posted: 06/27/09
Wen129 Posted: 07/12/09
Excellent! I have tried many rib recipes and this is definitely the best. I also used Sweet Baby's Rays BBQ. Very easy. Meat was fall off the bone tender, and flavorful. I finished in the oven instead of on the grill; next time I'll broil for the last few minutes to crisp them up. Absolutely will make again.
Tillie Posted: 01/04/09
The best ribs we've ever eaten. The recipe was easy, but it does involve several hours to cook. It was worth the wait. I served green beans and carrots cooked in butter and onion. I couldn't find Bill's Blackstrap BBQ sauce, so I used Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory and Brown Sugar BBQ sauce instead.
RoRosKitchen Posted: 09/06/10
I made this recipe for the first time and followed the directions exactly. I had a 4.5lb piece, but cut it into two parts and baked them on separate racks. I was nervous baking them for the whole 2.5 hours, but I trusted the recipe. They came out AWESOME! I also used the Ray's Sweet BBQ sauce since it is faster. Everyone raved about the ribs! They really did fall right off the bone!