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Impress Your Guests with Easy, Tasty Ribs

By Janet Tharpe



Guestswill be asking you for more, more, more when you serve Marie Ward’s I Want MoreRibs at your next cookout. This recipe is simple and delicious! The sweetnessof the rub, paired with a spicy barbecue sauce is scrumptious. These ribs arebaked in the oven, but you can finish them on the grill too if you prefer. Seestep-by-step photos of Marie’s recipe plus thousands more from home cooksnationwide at: You’llalso find a meal planner, coupons and chances to win! Enjoy and remember, use“just a pinch”…-Janet “Yum,yum, yummy!” – Marie Ward, Cape Charles, VA {{more}}What YouNeed4lb pork ribs3/4c light brown sugar1tsp smokehouse maple1tsp mesquite1/2tsp crushed red pepper 1tbsp garlic powder2c barbecue sauce Directions•Preheat oven to 300 F. Peel off the tough membrane that covers the bony side ofthe ribs. •Mix together sugar and spices to make rub. •Apply rub to ribs on all sides. •Lay ribs on two layers of foil . •Lay two layers of foil on top of ribs. Roll and crimp edges tightly . •Place on baking sheet and bake for 2-2 1/2 hours or until meat is starting toshrink away from ends of bone. •Remove from oven. Heat broiler. •Cut ribs into serving sized portions. •Arrange ribs on broiler pan, bone side up. Brush on sauce. •Broil for 1 or 2 minutes until sauce is cooked on and bubbly. •Turn ribs over. Repeat on other side. •Instead of broiling, you can also finish ribs on the grill. ©2011 Just A Pinch Recipe Club. Broughtto you by American Hometown MediaUsedby Permission.

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