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Smoking Succulent Baby Back Ribs - Soaking meats in a solution of water or other liquids, salt and sugar leads to incredibly moist cooked meats and poultry. The process, called brining, requires advanced preparation, but is usually worth the wait.

from Smoked 'n Grilled

Smoked Apple Soaked Baby Back Ribs

All about smoking and grilling meats and veggies, specializing in Texas recipes. Including marinades, injection solutions, brines, and a variety of recipes. Covering cooking stories, woods, spices, and sides.

from deepsouthdish.com

Grilled Pork Spareribs or Baby Back Ribs

Grilled Pork Spareribs or Baby Back Ribs sauce=BBQ sauce-minced garlic-liquid smoke-chili powder-soysauce-orange marmalade-sesame drsg

from deepsouthdish.com

Grilled Pork Spareribs or Baby Back Ribs

Grilled Pork Spareribs or Baby Back Ribs - Grilled ribs get a boost first in the oven and then take a final sear on the grill.

from Flavorite

Copycat Tony Romas BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Recipe for Copycat Tony Romas BBQ Baby Back Ribs - The cooking method for these ribs is really fantastic and quite simple and created delicious succulent fall-off-the bone ribs.

from My Baking Addiction

Beef Stew Recipe

Beef stew.......one pinner said: This was really good. I used green beans instead of peas and added a little extra ketchup. Only thing I would really change, is to cook it for close to an hour more than it called for. Otherwise the meat won't be tender enough.

from The Pioneer Woman

Sugar Biscuits

Sugar Biscuits by Ree Drummond ~~~From The Pioneer Woman~~~So the last time I made scones, Iwell, I made scones. But I saved back some of the dough and cut them into rounds instead of triangles. Then I dipped them in a yummy sweet glaze (the same yummy glaze, by the way, that I dipped the scones in), let the glaze set, then offered a plate of them to my boys and called them Sugar Biscuits.

from Plain Chicken

Fall Off The Bone Ribs

Fall Off The Bone Ribs - Don't tell your guests, but these ribs are actually really simple to make. They require very little hands on cooking time. All you have to do is put the dry rub on the ribs, wrap them up in foil, bake them in the oven for 3 hours and then finish them off on the grill with some BBQ sauce.