summer is here, and man is it nice!

the veggies are growing up nicely. we used our first green onions and basil yesterday at Kit’s for dinner, and it was awesome 🙂

Now, I realized I have not posted a good recipe on here in a while, and that is unfortunate because I am constantly cooking up new concoctions. We were at Ingles today and baby back ribs were on sale, so we got some. Let me tell you how we’re cooking Baby back ribs our way!

Baby Back Ribs with homemade BBQ Sauce:

1/2 rack of ribs (feeds two)
garlic powder
worcestershire sauce
olive oil
2 cloves garlic (large), minced
sliced onion (3-4 large slices)
minced onion

First things first, pull out your slow cooker. Throw the ribs in there (a half rack should fit) and sprinkle with salt, pepper and about a tbsp of worcestershire sauce, then top with the onion slices. I also threw mine in with a little garlic powder, but thats optional.

While that’s cooking, put olive oil, minced onion (1 tsp or so) and minced garlic in a saucepan on high. Let them cook down about 2 minutes, then throw in some seasoning salt and some worcestershire sauce (about 2 tbsp). Then let that cook for about 1 more minute before adding tomato sauce, about 3 tbsp of sugar and a pinch of cayenne and stir it up. Cook on low for about 15 minutes.

After the pork is done (3-4 hours on high), turn on your broiler. Brush the sauce all over the now tender ribs and broil them about two minutes on each side.

Hope you guys enjoy that recipe! Much love…and so the job hunt goes on.