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These ribs were very, very yumpy!! My kids and husband inhaled these like there was no tomorrow. My husband actually said "excellent", a word that rarly comes out of his mouth!! I added some vinegar, but didn't have Old Bay Seasoning (I'm a Canadian, so I don't have any idea what that is!) But, I did add lots of garlic powder and a bit of cumin. We had it with rice and a big salad. Great dinner. Thanks for the recipe Bevvy!!! Sassy.
Great ribs. When the olympics were on I made these and for added flavor and in honor of the Jamaican bob sled team I added 12 oz.of Grace jerk bbq sauce. We now call these ribs Jamaican Kamakazies. These are not for your aunt Effie but they will seperate the men from the boys! Grace sauce is made in Jamaica and available all over Canada. Ihave tried it with chicken thighs and I get the same great acceptance Mike
Easy to make. Browned the ribs a little first, then added the sauce, cook them for about 2 hours got nice and dark, also basting a bit helped . The only things i didn't do was add the spices, didn't have them on hand, did add the garlic, but was still good. I cooked a rack and a half and used my large roaster, because the sauce gets goowy and sticky I now have to soak my pan in the oven overnight, but it was worth it. My husband doesn't really eat pork but he did enjoy them.
I made these last weekend and they are so good they truely should be illegal. I have a recipe that I have been using for years for Tony Roma's ribs- this is far better. My husband said they were the best ribs he has ever eaten. I agree. Thank for sharing!
Best ribs I have ever eaten!! My company loved them as well.
This recipe is great. thank you !!!!!! Bev
I made this per the recipe with the exception of baking it for 3 hours at 325. My teenage sons and husband really loved them! Definitely something I will make again and again.
I used this sauce for Country Style Beef Ribs in the crockpot. I halved the ingredients and didn't have Old Bay Seasoning. Cooked on low 7-8 hours. Very Yummy! Thanks for the recipe!
This was fantastic. I cooked it for 2 1/2 hours at 325 degrees and they were fall off the bone tender. There were three of us and we ate, and ate and ate....delish! Thanks for sharing!
Beverly - THANKS for this recipe! I always get stuck making my ribs (see Cola Ribs) for my DH - but I like yours way better than mine!