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Such confusing weather here in NY. Every day I wake up unsure of how to dress. Warm one day, cold the next. Im not complaining, but I would really really like a little consistency! If its gonna be cold, then let it just be cold already!

On one of those warmer days, Me, Mickey and BR went for a walk in the North Side of Williamsburg. It was a perfect day for walking. As time flew by our appetites grew. And BR suggested dinner. Forgetting we had Mickey with us (because shes such a good girl lol) we started to make the trip back home so we could make dinner plans. BR wanted to go to Mable’s Smokehouse for ribs but to go all the way home and come back felt like a major pain in the ass.

What was on the way home was a grocery store. I suggested we pick up a few things and make our own ribs. After little coaxing, we made our way to the grocery store and wouldn’t you know it- the ribs were on sale!

Kismet.

The rack of ribs came in a giant slab and required a bit of slicing. After they were sliced, I cleaned them with sea salt, warm water and lemon. Rinsed and then began cooking.

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Ingredients:

1 rack of ribs, sliced

salt

pepper

onion powder

garlic powder

1 bottle (16 oz) honey bbq sauce

Method:

Preheat oven to 450*.

Season ribs with salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder liberally on both sides. Place them in a 9 x 13 baking dish that has been sprayed with cooking spray.

Roast for 30 minutes on each side. After an hr in the oven, glaze ribs with bbq sauce and roast for 15 minutes. Turn them over, add more bbq sauce, and roast for 15 more minute.

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The end result is a juicy rib with a thick and sticky bbq sauce. It was the first time I had ever made ribs and I think it was a success.

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I served this with a baked sweet potato with butter and cinnamon.

I shared these ribs with my mother who is a huge fan of ribs.

BR ate the leftovers for breakfast.

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