Becky Hudgins


I grilled these last Sunday for Church and everyone just loved them.I could hear alot of finger licking in the background.LOL LOL


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  1. Wash ribs and remove excess fat.
  2. sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides and rub into the meat.
  3. Put ribs on a medium high heat and grill for about an hour.Turning often so they won't burn.
  4. After they have grilled bring inside and with cutting shears separate each rib and toss into a large pan.Do this until you have all ribs separated.Take the bbq sauce and drizzle all over the ribs,then mix up and use the second bottle to do the same .Put foil on the pan put in oven for about 45 mins.on 350 degrees.Remove when done and let sit for about 10 minutes so the juices can settle.Enjoy!!!

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Course/Dish: Pork Ribs

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