I have a pile of “country style” ribs...

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  1. Mooksdad

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    who has a new recipe for me to try???
    Oh, and SCar sucks.
     
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    How many Eves is that?
     
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    Just one, my wife. She’s a rib snatchin fool.
    I know somebody has a cool recipe.
    Y’all dont have a coonass style recipe?
     
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    Boil em in milk for about 45 minutes. Then add ketchup.

    Perfecto.
     
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    Come on Cletus.... Im tryin to be some cool grillmaster in front of my family...
     
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    My style of recipe is "edible"..... I suppose you could toss some cayenne on it or a splash of Tobasco and call it Cajun.... that's what they did in CT with fish... It was, disappointing...
     
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    Strap some ice to your butt and call it good?
     
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    I had high hopes for you squid
     
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    Camel ribs are awesome when prepared correctly....
     
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    Dayum.
    I hope i never get that hungry. I saw Bear Grylls squeeze the juice outta some camel stomach leftovers. Nasty AF.
     
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    Don't knock it till ya try it..... we called em' Brontosaurus ribs....
     
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    Sorry mang. I haven't grilled ribs in an eternity. They're meant for the smoker at my house.

    When I did grill ribs I found it most effective to start them on the grill but finish them in the oven. And dry rub all the way. Eff sauce on ribs.

    That's the only feed back I have for you.
     
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    Coat them in olive oil and put them in the oven completely covered in foil for an hour. Transfer to the grill and sauce them to finish.
     
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    For the win.
     
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    Ive never fooled with country ribs before. J need to. All that mest goodness. Im about to start fixing habenero burgers. Sriracha mayo to boot. Fixin to have the fire shits later on.
     
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    The baby backs have a little more flavor but the country style ribs are much meatier. They respond well to spice/marinade and are super tender if you low and slow them.
     
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    Im pretty much always baby backs. I like StL style too, I honestly dont care either way. I just do baby backs because...well because its what Im used to.

    Ill tackle some country ribs soon, they look like they can be extremely versatile
     
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    Crock pot. Thank me later
     
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    We slow cook them in crockpot, pour a bottle of Coca Cola in there. Thank me later, Tater
     
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    I'll throw another recipe using country style ribs that is lights out. You can use store bought teriyaki marinade but if you're like us you make a knockoff restaurant style teriyaki sauce and marinade the ribs overnight in the fridge. Then, you transfer the ribs to a 13 x 9 glass dish. On top of the ribs, add sliced cabbage, baby carrots and an onion sliced into rings. Cover in foil and bake 1 1/2 hours at 350. Tell me what you think.
     
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    Im fixing to make a pile of something, country style. Damn Im stuffed.
     
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    Get on a plane and head to my house, we'll figure it out and chase some skirts while they're smoking
     
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    it is catsup you heathen!
     
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    I didn't have it in me to correct the poor stupid sob.
     
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    he probably uses Miracle Whip
     
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    Fvck no. Hellman's. Miracle Whip is some nasty shit.
     
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    Hellman's is shit. There is but one mayo son..... Duke's.
     
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    I knew you southern bastards would get all hot and bothered for Dukes. We don't have that shit here, so I can't judge.
     
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    Best idea ive heard all week!
     
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    I actually bought some country ribs tonight so I'm glad I saw this thread. The crockpot idea here has potential. Never thought of doing ribs in a crockpot, but I have never had a bad meal come from a crockpot, and I'd imagine the ribs being extra tender doing it that way.
     
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    Crock pot to grill them.

    Apple juice or use chunk pineapple juice and save the chunk then add some water.
    Saute garlic and diced onions in cast iron skillet.
    Oil, salt, pepper, chili powder and paprika ribs. Or favorite rub.
    Give a quick sear on all sides and add all to pot (low for 6 hours or tender.)

    Coat with favorite sauce and grill them and pineapple skewers.
     
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    Get a pressure cooker.
    Cook in cola and catsup/ketchup (garlic, onions, spices....)....then thicken sauce, baste them in hot oven or grill.

    If no pressure cooker, do it in crock-pot on stove top.
     
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    So....
    I’ve baked them a bit with my special “mooksdad” rub, and I have marinated myself in jack daniels.
    Im about to throw these johnsons on the grill, and smother them in Sweet Baby Rays spicy sauce...
    Too many for crockpot...
    @jackrabbit slim im shamed of you for not offerin up a recipe.
    Stay thirsty, my friends
     
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    My bad. Hope they were great my friend.
     
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    I don't do anything fancy with country style ribs when I cook them. I actually cut them in half so that they are thinner and cook them on the grill while brushing on melted butter and 57 sauce .
     
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    Thats abt what i did. Minus olive oil cuz olives made me yak in portugal.
     
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    So i got some cool tips for next time, tx y’all!
     
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    Get on the Parkway and head North and drop some off at my place.
     
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