Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Oven BBQ St Louis Style Pork Ribs

I'm not sure what makes this St Louis style, but I love St Louis. I also love this recipe. It was easy, tastey and didn't require any fancy ingredients. I did wait till after all the other ingredients were put in before I did the water. That way the sauce wouldn't be too runny.

The ribs were on sale this week and I had the remaining ingredients in my fridge so this cost me about $7 or $8 for the meat. It served me and my husband, so I will wait till they go on sale again and buy a bunch of them so I get more out of it.

I liked the process and the sauce in this recipe, so I'm going to try it will pork chops next time.

Stockpile Recipes

These are the recipes that require items that you stockpile in your kitchen. When I look through a recipe, I want no more than 2 items that I don't have. Sometimes I splurge, but how cost effective is it to purchase 5 or 6 items that aren't on sale and you only use once? So, I'm extremely happy when I find recipes that require ingredients that I have on hand, are fun to cook and are tastey!!

My first stockpile recipe is for Shepherd's Pie. I'll also share a seafood afredo recipe and St Louis Style Pork Ribs recipe. No pictures were taken, because I forgot. But I will do in the future. I'm also looking forward to posting Crock Pot Recipes.