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When you decide that you want to feed your brothers-in-law you can’t go wrong with doing a backyard BBQ. And what guys don’t want to get around a table for some amazing Farmland Pork Spareribs? Even if you are working full time, your wife is pregnant and your toddler wants everyone’s attention this is the easiest way please everyone.
At work the other day a friend of mine was talking about making ribs and I asked her what she does. She told me, “This is the easiest recipe you’ll ever do.” I couldn’t believe her cause the last time I did ribs I put them in the crockpot and really, what could be easier than that? How about oven roasting them.
She couldn’t have been more right. All you’ll need is a rack of Farmland Pork Spareribs, your favorite dry rub and if you want you can put some bbq sauce on it at the end.
When I got up the other morning I set the oven to 250 degrees and covered both sides of the ribs with the dry rub. Then put them in the oven all day while I was at work with a covering of tin foil. Seriously, keep them in there all day. Once I got home from work I took them out, placed them on the grill to crisp up the edges and that’s it.
I honestly love Farmland Pork Spareribs. Their flavor is delicious, tons of meat (even for being ribs) and they are a great price. I usually would go to a specialty store, but why do that when you can get such a great product from Walmart. That’s right, I said a great product from Walmart. These Farmland ribs truly are delicious.
Really, this is the easiest way I have ever cooked ribs. They literally fell off the bone. And the best part is, my brothers-in-law were impressed and I made them think I am a master on the grill. Boy did I fool them. This might come back to bite me in the butt though cause they’ll think I can grill anything.
I think you all need to go out and get yourself some Farmland ribs today, throw them in the oven then toast them up a bit on the grill to really set the flavor. There is no excuse because this is the easiest way to bbq these ribs.
Maybe you are a grill master and this is just too easy for you. If that is the case, visit the Get Fired Up Grilling website for additional recipes and tips from BBQ Pitmasters Moe Cason and Tuffy Stone. Also enter to win a trip to the American Royal BBQ contest and other great grilling prizes!