I tried this recipe (kind of) one night this week, and it was great! I hadn’t been to the grocery store in a while, but I had two huge potatoes in a drawer, a few inches of BBQ sauce in the fridge, a cold kitchen that didn’t mid 60 minutes of heat from the electric oven, and a husband who wanted to grill Big Steaks.
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There are times in my life when I turn to the steadfast, the tried and true, the old reliables…whatever you want to call it. I look to the items that have stood the test of time to guide me into the future.
(did that sound like a commencement address?)
I did just that when I sent the other eater in my household to the meat counter with a $2 coupon and he came back with ribs.
I ‘ve never made ribs. I don’t particularly like eating ribs. I never order ribs at a restaurant. I’m not allowed to BBQ in my current home (have I mentioned lately that it’s for sale?). For these reasons, ribs posed a particular challenge. And i turned to my Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen New Cookbook.
And once again it served me well. I found a great recipe for oven roasted ribs with a sauce made primarily of onion, chili sauce, beer and honey.
I had no chili sauce, though, so I substituted a mix of katsup and BBQ sauce, and it worked like a charm.
The other eater was certainly happy, as this was all that was left of a 2.5 lb. slab after one man’s meal: