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!
This was great!! I rated it before but somehow my comments did not make it. So I appologize. This was easy and super great tasting. I could not find Old Bay Seasoning so I used Cajun instead and it gave it a little zing. Thanks for sharing!!
We don't eat pork, so I used the sauce on lamb chops and chicken breasts .. excellent recipe !! will make it in the crockpot next time ..
Here in the Carolinas we use a mustard based BBQ sauce the majority of the time, so for our taste, these ribs were too sweet. Other than that, they were very good. I'll try this one again but without the white sugar.
This is an outstanding recipe. My family loved it,and rated it a keeper. I cooked them at 325 for at least 3hrs,used a spicer bbq sauce for half of the required amt and replaced the white sugar with maple syrup
Sticky good! The family really liked this recipe - thanks for sharing it.
This is the second time I have made this. That tells you the recipe is excellent. You will love it.
This was quite easy to make and got rave reviews from my family. I will certainly keep this as a favorite.
I made these ribs for some friends. I chose the slow-cook way & then grilled them slightly. They turned out great. I got rave reviews.
Made these ribs this weekend and they were GREAT!! I have been looking for a good, and easy recipe for ribs. I also modified the cooking time to 325 for about 3 hours. The sauce was a good blend of sweet and spicy. Thanks!