Speaking of downed tree ...
|Walnut Tree Blown Over and Pulled Up By The Roots and All!|
This is not a recipe that you can throw together and eat an hour later. We are talking a few hours here. It is, however, easy to make, but patience has to be your virtue and I guarantee you the pay off is well worth it.
|Dry Rub on the Ribs|
|Putting on the braising liquid|
I pre-heated the oven to 250 degrees and started mixing up the braising liquid. An hour later, I took the ribs out of the refrigerator and placed it on the counter. I unfolded the top of the foil to expose the long slab of ribs. Next, I took the braising liquid and poured half over each slab, carefully lifting up the ribs from the foil while doing it so that some went underneath the ribs, too. Once this was done, I prudently folded up the foil to make packets to keep the liquid in and placed them in the oven to slow-roast for 2-1/2 hours.
|Coming out of the oven after a slow roast and ready for the grill|
|Putting them on the grill|
|5-Cheese Creamy Garlic Baby Red Potatoes|
|Ready to come off the grill and into our mouths!!!|
I have included the recipe below, which is a combination of a few different recipes I found, all put together to my likes. Enjoy!!