My lovely sister Janelle is famous in these parts for her ribs. Actually, not her ribs but rather the pig’s ribs that she barbecues. Cooked to perfection, they are the perfect combination of both tender and chewy. Overcooked ribs will completely fall off the bone, you don’t exactly want that even though it sounds nice.
Janelle is 10 years my senior (that makes her sound old but she’s really not!) and so much the more wiser and smarter in every area of life. I don’t care what question you come up with, she will always have a clever answer. It can be anything from parenting to politics with everything in between and she will produce a convincing solution. I wouldn’t recommend debating with her unless you are ready to lose! Haha.
Hospitality is one of her many gifts and I know every guest who is entertained in her home comes away feeling happy and cared for. Her humor lightens up the most awkward situations.
I could go on all day telling you about what an amazing, faith-filled, positive, mother, wife, and friend she is – but, I’ll just say I am forever thankful to be called her little sister and friend.
Janelle's Barbecued Ribs
Rule #1: buy Pork Ribs! =)
- 1 Rack of Pork Ribs (baby back or loin ribs)
- Salt & pepper generously
- 1. Place on pan upside down to prevent drying out.
- 2. Cover with aluminum foil and bake at 250 for 3 hours.
- 3. Slather with your favorite barbecue sauce and grill just until ribs have browned.
- (The grilling is optional but recommended!)
Its that simple! These simple techniques create the most amazing results!
This is some real guy food =)