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Pork Spare Ribs
- One Slab of Pork Spare Ribs
- Guy's Seasoning
A whole slab of spare ribs has about 12 ribs and will feed 2 or 3 people depending on how hungry they are. If you buy pre-wrapped ribs be sure to choose those with no "shine". The shine is caused by incorrectly carving the ribs too close to the bone so that the rib bone is exposed on the outside. "Shine" is bad. So, choose ribs that are well covered with meat on the outside. Have your butcher (or you) "crack" the ribs so that they're easy to separate after cooking but before serving. "Cracking" is cutting through the breastbone between each rib attachment. Some pre-packaged ribs are already cracked. You can really tear up a slab of nicely cooked ribs if they're not cracked and you try to cut through the breastbone at the wrong place.
Rub both sides of the ribs with Guy's Seasoning and let stand in the refrigerator for up to four hours. There's a lot of bone and little meat on ribs so be sure to limit the time "in the rub" to 4 hours.
Cook the ribs on low, about 275° F, for about two hours until done. When done, there will be about a 1/4" of rib exposed where the meat has pulled back from the bone as it cooked. This is the same place where the "shine" described above would be only now it's not shiny and a good thing.
Hmmmmm...now grab a towel, something cold to drink, and gnaw on some Remarkable Ribs.
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Pot Roast In A Bag
1- 3 to 5 pound chuck or crown roast.
1- Large brown in bag.
2- Cans of golden mushroom soup.
3- Medium to large cut up potatoes.
2- Cups chopped onions.
2- Cups sliced carrots.
Season the roast on both sides in the Guy’s Seasoning and rub it in. Coat in flour on both sides. Place in cooking bag with onions, potatoes, carrots and 1 cup of water. Tie bag and place in glass dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 3 hours.
Recipe by D. Spriggs , Houston, TX.
Guy's Stuffed Pork Chops
Have your butcher cut your boneless pork chops 1½ to 2 inches thick. Then have the butcher cut a pocket in the middle of the chop leaving ½ inch uncut at both ends and on the bottom. This forms a pocket that will hold the stuffing in place. Sprinkle Guy’s Seasoning into the middle of the chop and then fill with your favorite dressing: Cornbread, Boudin, Dirty Rice, ect.
Sprinkle a thin layer of Guy’s Seasoning over the stuffed pork chop. Preheat oven to 375 degrees and bake for 1 ½ hours. Do not cover or wrap in foil, let cool for 10 minutes and then enjoy.