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Easy, very tender, and consistently perfect. I will never use another rib recipe or bbq sauce recipe again.

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geni July 07, 2009

Boiling extracts flavour, roasting or broiling condenses flavour, that's why we make chicken stock with all the leftover chicken we don't eat!

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Greg Truss March 07, 2007

I cant believe anyone finds that boiled ribs are very good ....all the good flavor is now in the water

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WASILLADOOG February 15, 2006

These ribs are absolutely wonderful. So easy to make. I put my ribs in the crockpot until they were done, then put the sauce on and broiled as directed. Taste like Applebee's. My DH said he would serve these to anyone. Thanks so much for the yummy recipe.

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gwynn April 16, 2005

Normally when I want ribs at home I buy Kettle Cooked back ribs that already come in bar-b-que sauce. Since I couldn't find them, I decided to buy fresh ribs and find a recipe at home. I've never made ribs before, but these turned out great! They take very little effort and come out very saucy. In, fact I only made about half the sauce and they were still excellent. I didn't have liquid smoke, but knew that I still wanted that smokey flavour, so I just added about a tablespoon of Bullseye Smokey Bar-B-Que sauce. I will definitely be making these again!

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Mouskawitz February 19, 2004
Barbecued Baby-Back Ribs