It’s been a few years since I’ve had a propane grill… so BBQ isn’t always a staple around my house. So this weekend, I broke out the ol’ charcoal grill with some applewood smoke charcoal and did up some delicious fall off the bone ribs. So good, simple, and absolutely delicious! So… here’s my not-so-secret recipe!
1 rack of ribs (Pork or beef… depending on your personal preference)
1 12 oz. can of beer
1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Alden Mill House Chef’s Pork & Poultry Seasoning (www.aldenmillhouse.com)
Sweet Baby Ray’s Vidalia BBQ Sauce (or whatever your favorite sauce may be!)
Preheat Oven to 325 degrees.
In a 9×12 baking pan pour in the can of beer.
Prepare ribs by rubbing them with olive oil, and Pork and Poultry seasoning. Then add them to the baking pan.
Bake covered for 2 1/2 hours.
Next, prep the charcoal on your favorite grill. Get it good and hot! 🙂
Once you take the ribs out of the oven, transfer them over to the charcoal grill, and baste with BBQ sauce. Let them grill for about 5 minutes on each side to maximize the flavor. (Baste the ribs on both sides, of course…)
The ribs will be falling of the bone… Serve them with your favorite summer picnic sides, like broccoli Salad and potato salad! They will disappear fast once they hit the table, so if you intend to take a picture be quick about it! (Yep… I didn’t catch a picture of the goodness on the table this time!)
ENJOY! Happy BBQ season!