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Rainy Day BBQ Ribs

Rainy Day BBQ RibsI don’t remember the last time we have had a dreary rainy day since we moved to Florida.  Maybe it is because the frequent sunshine fades the memories faster here.  None the less today is one of those rainy days.I know that I often crave comfort foods even on a steamy rainy day has we have here.  100% humidity and 77 degree outside, but inside it is cool and comfortable.  Thankfully.

So I decided that tonight I am going to make a favorite recipe that was shared with me many years ago for slow cooked pork ribs.  Not a fan of pork?  You could easily do this same recipe with beef or lamb ribs.These succulent and tender ribs just fall off the bone after basting in their own juices all afternoon. And the recipe, it doesn't get much easier than this….

For 4-5 pounds of ribs, blend the following ingredients in a small bowl:
  • 1 teaspoon Wildtree Garlic Galore seasoning blend or other garlic seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon Wildtree Absolutely Onion seasoning blend or similar
  • 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt
  • 2 teaspoons of Wildtree’s Lemon Pepper Blend (or according to your taste)
  • 2 teaspoons Wildtree’s Worcestershire Sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Wildtree’s Teriyaki Sauce
  • 2 teaspoons of celery seed (optional)

Place the ribs in a glass or ceramic baking dish and pour marinade over ribs, rubbing to coat evenly.I like to purchase pre-cut ribs as show below for this recipe or cut the ribs apart before slow roasting in the oven so that they are easy to serve when done.  I also just made a half batch of ribs, you can easily adjust the marinade up or down depending upon how many servings you need.Cover tightly with aluminum foil.  Place ribs into a preheated 225 F oven and bake all day.  

An hour before serving, brush a little Wildtree Cactus Pete’s Agave BBQ sauce on each rib.  Return to oven and finish baking uncovered.

Rainy Day BBQ Ribs

These ribs can also be made ahead, refrigerated and then just rewarmed in the oven uncovered for an hour or until hot.  Or you could also easily do in a slow cooker following the same process.  They will not get caramelized on top like they do in the oven during the last hour but they will still be delicious.

I am added corn on the cob and fresh watermelon to tonight’s menu to make it really feel like barbecue!  I hope you enjoy these rainy day BBQ ribs as much as we will!Come back later for additional pictures of the finished product….

Wondering why I am always talking about Wildtree products? Read on….

As a independent rep for Wildtree, I try to incorporate Wildtree products into my favorite recipes. I do so many because I love their products, or why would I represent them? Wildtree offers the highest quality herbs, spices and culinary blends that are free of preservatives, additives, fillers and promote a healthier lifestyle.  They are also nut free and many of the blends do not contain gluten.  Wildtree’s facilities is also a certified organic.

Who cares?  With increased awareness of food sensitivities preservatives, gluten and nuts are all ingredients that many people are reducing or eliminating from their diet in order to live a healthier life. Wildtree expands our options as a customer to find products that help them accomplish this. We also believe in the value of making cooking a quicker, easier, more healthful project for those who are short on time. 

Cooking is my passion and what I do for a living, not everyone has the time, energy or desire to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.And this recipe is a perfect one that features many of my favorite products and show how quickly a health dinner can be put together, left to simmer all day until are ready to enjoy them with your family.

Want to try Wildtree the products which are all natural and have no preservatives or MSG? You can find at my Wildtree store. If not, that it your call and you can feel free to substitute what you have in your pantry instead.


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