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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby zelph » Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:57 pm

wow! it should really taste great if we do as they suggest:

Ribs are boiled in barbeque sauce before grilling to keep them extra tangy, tasty and moist! Serve with BUSH’S® Southern Pit Barbecue Grillin' Beans®.



well I know I have to go shopping tomorrow :D They got boneless ribs at aldi's?
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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby zelph » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:11 pm

Mr. Heater wrote:I can't say that I would go hog wild over Aldie's meat section, but they have some pretty tasty muffin mixes. Try those frozen "beef patties". ;)


Whoa!!! great idea :D I got 2 cans of the Grillin Beans so what I think I'll do is get the patties and let them thaw in the micro wave and then simmer them in the beans for a length of time on a very low simmer with the Fancee Feest with the simmer ring. I'll do it in the house using 190 proof everclear in order to keep the peace 8-) I'll experiment :D I got the beans at Family Dollar @ 2.00 per can.
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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby zelph » Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:22 pm

Glad my wife and I got side tracked and missed going to aldis :D

will do tomorrow though and will get the patties. I will microwave 2 and de-oil them before soaking/marinating them in the beans. Good thing you reminded me about that. :D

Gotta find the boneless ribs.

Hey Ridgerunner, what's the best deal goin in meats nowadays...beef tongue?
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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby zelph » Thu Feb 19, 2015 4:04 pm

My wife picked up some thin pork chops and I got them marinating in the beans. will cook them up for dinner and let you know if the bourbon flavor of the beans penetrated and added some flavor. Always looking for something good to eat :o
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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby Ridgerunner » Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:50 am

The best deals on meat are usually boneless breast and boneless pork loins. Both can be found periodically for around $2.00/lb which is the time to stock up. I don't hardly look at beef anymore sine venison is much cheaper for those who hunt ;)
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Re: Easy Boneless Country Ribs

Postby zelph » Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:52 pm

Thank you deerslayer :D and my wife says thank you also. I'll be watching for the sales and stockup also will be watching for fresh venison road kills :P

The marinated porkchops turned out well. took them out of the marinate and simmered them with a little added water. When they were done I cut up 2 of them while they were in the fry pan and ate them standing there at the stove :lol: It was in the name of cook science. Had to see if the marinate soaked in and had a distinct taste of the bourbon....and it did! success!!!! :D

While the chops were simmering I had the tray of beans baking in the oven at 350 degrees. Baked them until the liquids were bubbling a little, turned out great, not over cooked beans.
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