14 Reviews

Excellent marinade! I left the ribs in all day in the fridge and they were so good we didn't even use BBQ sauce! I didn't have any stone ground mustard, so I used spicy brown, but I only had about 2 tsp of it. It was still excellent! I'll definitely use this every time I make ribs!

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Chef Alice #2 September 22, 2013

The BEST ribs I have ever prepared, or eaten!! Everyone in my family loved it!! I made the mistake of grilling it on high, as the recipe said, and ended up burning part of two, but even the burned part was great! One of my 12-year old boys, who can be VERY picky about eating food that's just a little overdone, actually told me that the part that I burned was still really good!! It came out tender and juicy, even the burned ribs!! Next time I make it, I'll just have to watch the grill a little more vigilantly. And believe me, I AM going to make this again. I am making this recipe my own, and I can't wait to hear the comments when I have people over for cookouts next summer! Thank you so very much!!

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Robert M. November 08, 2013

This had wonderful flavor. I made as directed, except used Dijon mustard. I will definitely make again.

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Bobbin March 01, 2011

Totally deserving of more than 5 stars! This recipe produced the best ribs I think I've ever eaten. The flavor was outstanding and they were so easy to prepare. My whole family is still raving over the taste hours later.

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Dreamgoddess May 05, 2010

I bought some country style ribs iin a rush on the way home from work and found this recipe on the web, looking for a quick and good supper. I made this recipe and was IMPRESSED! This recipe is delicious and has to be one of the best BBQ ribs I have made. I did alter a couple of things. After marinating for an hour, I put them in the oven at 250 degrees for an hour to slow roast tenderize and then basted them on BBQ for 15-20 minutes. Be careful, as they will burn easily with the sugar content. I will definitely make them again! Delicious!!!

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Stevemb3 May 28, 2016

This was an awesome recipe. We thought it was so much better than boiling. The ribs were tender and tasty. Thanks.

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jeffdeaney November 28, 2009

Excellent marinade! Simple and delicious!

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Erin B. September 17, 2016

Finally hit 60 degrees here in Seattle so it was time for a get together, grilled about 10 lbs and used this recipe, Huge hit, these were very good, Thanks for sharing! Tobey B

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tobutler March 20, 2016

Best marinade ever!!! I slow cooked my country style pork ribs over indirect heat on the grill for 4 hrs then browned them on direct heat the last 1/2 hr. This marinade has become a family favorite and it will not disappoint!!

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rc.72 August 22, 2015

This is a VERY good recipe! I marinated these for 30 minutes per side and instead of cooking on high heat, I cooked them over medium to medium low heat for 35 minutes (still turning every 10 minutes). My wife loved them! This will be a great recipe for those of you who don't care for a little heat in your BBQ pork.

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Phillip L. June 10, 2015
Grilled Country Style Pork Ribs