Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Monday, October 14, 2013

I'M BACK With Easy Peasy Oven BBQ Ribs

I'M BACK
Thought you were rid of me, did you?
Nah!  Not a chance!

Anyway,
I like easy rib-filling recipes
this time of year.
It can't get much easier than this.
Looky here~
Here's my simple recipe.
Mix together:
1 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon paprika
1 teaspoon garlic POWDER
1 tsp. hickory smoke salt*
*I don't always use the salt because
some in this family don't like it.

Rub 4 pounds cut up ribs with
above mixture.
Layer in heavy oven proof
roasting dish.
I put tinfoil between the layers
of ribs.
Bake at 300 degrees for 2-3 hours
(until meat is tender)
Just before serving:
Cover with about 2 cups BBQ sauce.
I use Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce
Place under broiler for 2-3 minutes
until browned and bubbly.

Serve with garlic mashed potatoes,
green beans and 
baking powder biscuits
or cornbread.
Rib sticking good-
I promise.
I'm HAPPY.
Guess who's NOT happy?


Happy Eating-
Don't make a hog of yourself!

Bear with me a day or two as I get
around and catch up on your blogs.
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56 comments:

  1. Welcome back and yum! I love sweet baby rays too.

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  2. Oh yum, ribs are one of my absolute favorite meals!

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  3. Welcome back, my friend. YUMMMMMM!!! I love EASY!!!! pahahahahahahahaha!!!! xo

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  4. we're both doing pigs this week. LOL I have fixed three rib stickin' meals this past week. An entire week of cold, drizzly, rainy, hair ruining days....ugh!

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  5. Hmmm...I love ribs...reminds me to pick up some coca cola. =D

    You always have a fun twist at the end and I look forward to it!

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  6. Welcome back!!
    The ribs look and sound delicious! Thank you for the recipe.

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  7. Looks yummy, Diana! Thanks so much for sharing and welcome back!

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  8. You made my taste buds very happy this morning! I love my "Sweet Baby Rays" barbecue sauce! I am copying your recipe and giving it a try! Thanks Diana!

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  9. It's good to have you back, Diana! Are you trying to fatten us up or what? Your rib recipe sounds and looks so yummy, I have never made ribs before, so I really want to try this. What kind of ribs do you use?

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  10. We love to grill ribs...but since I don't eat pork, the piggie will stay happy. Beef ribs are great to grill (and bigger! heehee). I'm happy to see you this morning! Take your time catching up! Have FUN! Sweet hugs!

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  11. This sounds so good and easy! I bet it would work for pork chops too. I love barbecued pork chops. I use Sweet Baby Ray's too.

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  12. Love easy peasy. These sound delicious!

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  13. Oh my gosh! These look ridiculously delicious!!

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  14. Boy, that sounds and looks good!! I like that it's done in the oven.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Poor pig!!

    Judy

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  15. Diana, That little piece of pork needs a bath :):) Gee, those ribs look tasty. Ted would love them . That would work in a crock pot..right?
    The fellows I used to work with used to say...if it can't be nuked Susie isn't cooking...those darn smart guys.
    xoxo,Susie
    p.s. welcome back.

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  16. Yum! Were there any leftovers? They would be gone before I could make the journey there, anyway. xo Nellie

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  17. Diana... thanks for making me drool!!

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  18. That looks like a man pleasing meal. I personally don't eat pork, but the men around here are always in the mood for barbeque anything. All except Andrew, anyway. He's my vegetarian. We'll eat the garlic mashed potatoes, green beans and rolls. That pig would probably be happy with us. ;-)

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  19. I love ribs! There must be potato salad and peach cobbler, too. You'd better get busy, I'm coming over.

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  20. Love ribs - I am going to try this recipe - looks so easy and delish.
    Thanks so much for the recipe.
    Have a great week - know you have a lot of catching up to do after your cousins visit - hope you had a grand time with them.
    Mary

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  21. What is there about fall that makes us want to eat pork? That and chili. These look great! Yum!

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  22. Hi Diana and welcome back! Now that little piggy can just be unhappy because your food looks so delicious. Sounds easy and I just may have to try it. Thanks for popping in to see me.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  23. I love ribs - so do my girls!! And I love Sweet Baby Ray's sauce too - looks amazing!!
    Kelly

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  24. Diana, believe it or not, but I have never cooked ribs. I guess you are never too old to teach an old dog new tricks. Don't tell the pig that!..Happy Monday..Judy

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  25. Hi Diana, This recipe looks so good; I'm not much of a pork eater but I might just have to try this.
    Have a great evening and thanks for sharing!
    Hugs, Noreen

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  26. THIS is not the kind of thing you hold back on...you can eat less later ..yum!!!

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  27. Welcome back Diana..missed ya..Ribs look wonderful..Do you deliver?? I must go get some dinner..:)

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  28. First off, YUM!!! and yes, so happy to have you back. xo Laura

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  29. The ribs look so delish, I could sit down and eat a plate of them right, it's dinner time and it sure looks wonderful...Phyllis

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  30. Oh my, that looks good! I'm gonna pin that one. We love ribs but don't like to crank up the grill.
    I have been outta the loop while we celebrated Bob's birthday.
    I will be back in a couple of days.
    Love ya, Ginger

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  31. I rarely get ribs right. I just buy bonelss country style and crock pot them all day....I am going to try that bbq sauce. Yum!

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  32. Mmmm, sounds and looks delicious!!
    Mary Alice

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  33. I was okay until I saw that poor pig - lol. No kidding they look great. Question - why do you me an you layer the ribs with foil? sandie

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  34. I love that sauce. I can do these:) mmmmm...good.

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  35. Oh my...these look so good! And the recipe is simple isn't it?

    Thanks for sharing this with us!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  36. I co wrote a song once called BBQ.

    Half pound of pig on Wonder Bread,
    I'm in Heaven and I ain't dead.

    :)

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  37. OMG I definitely would be a hog!! That looks so good!

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  38. Yummy! So happy to see you back! I'm trying this yummy recipe!

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  39. Girlfriend, you can do it all and you are a great cook! Goodness take a breath...I know you have been going a million miles and hour with your company....We have missed you though!

    Carol

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  40. Yum, Yum. Where is my waiter and where is that chef, hah.
    I hope you had some rest or fun while you were gone.
    It is so hard getting back in the groove.
    (((((HUGS))))

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  41. My mouth is watering! And I think I can smell the ribs cooking. Mmmmm...wish I could have some! And of course, loved the ending to your post!

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  42. Ha! You crack me up! This recipe looks outstanding! My hubs would love it and it looks just so easy and yummy!!! Happy week to you lady!!

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  43. Looks so delicious! I have made ribs in the crock pot just adding barbecue sauce but I can't take the fat I guess - I get a stomach ache. Sometimes I do order them out and do ok - maybe it's the crock pot causing the problem for me. lol. poor piggy

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  44. I love ribs! I want these now! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  45. That looks like something that would be a hit at my house! Gotta try it! Thanks!!

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  46. Easy enough for me to prepare it and it looks deli, thanks for the recipe, Diana!

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  47. There's nothin like barbecued ribs with Sweet Baby Rays sauce.

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  48. I go back and forth trying to decide if barbecue or fried fish is my favorite meal. This looks divine! (rhymes with swine!)

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  49. Looks delicious and I love meals that just cook away by themselves!

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  50. I am a vegetarian now....but there was a time when.....YUM!
    xx
    Anne

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  51. These ribs looks so delicious. I love anything barbecue. My son just barbecued chicken tonight, and it was soooo good. I like pork ribs better than beef ribs.

    ~Sheri

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