Thursday, February 3, 2011
I have two wonderful items to share with you today. One, I have another giveaway from CSN worth $40! You can purchase anything from Modern Duvet Covers, Kitchen Items and much more. So take a look. And unfortunately, this giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents only. Sorry, I don't make the rules. I will announce the winner on February 16th at 10AM EST. All you need to do is leave me a comment, continue to follow me in my culinary journey's as a stay at home mommy and share my blog with others.
The second piece of information I wanted to share, before I get into these fall off the bones baby back ribs recipe, is this awesome blog I came across on the web Lighting with Lowel Ego. For those of you who enjoy photography and videography, then this piece of advice I'm about to share is a godsend. So listen up and take note...
Can you tell that the first and last photos in this post were taken around 7PM in the evening? Yes folks, I purchased the Lowell Ego Digital Imaging Light per Gary's suggestion. And let me tell you, I LOVE it! I only purchased one and it really does a fantastic job. A great investment I must say. I had to share this wonderful piece of information with you. I believe Jaden author of Steamy Kitchen actually uses the Ego lighting system as well and even wrote a comment on his site several years back. The site has not been updated in a while but the information on there is never out dated. I hope you find it useful as much as I do. Don't worry you can thank me later.
Moving right along...
Now, I know what some of you are thinking, a dry rub? Believe me, when you try this, you'll be instantly hooked. It's the perfect balance of sweet, savory with subtle hints of spices. The hardest part of this recipe is actually going to your grocers to purchase your baby back ribs. And waiting the 2-1/2 hour roast time. Seriously. It took me less than 5 minutes to prepare the ribs. I used the Tyler Florence Brown Sugar Pork Rub, which is fantastic! Simple enough. Right?
So get on it and try some. You won't be disappointed.
Baby Back Ribs
Tyler Florence, Brown Sugar Rub
1. Preheat your oven to 250º.
2. Liberally coat the dry rub on both sides of the ribs.
3. Roast for 2-1/2 hours.
Serve and devour. Can you tell my boys loved it! yum. yum. yum. But for the next couple of minutes (thanks to the hubs) my son would ask me to take photos of him with the rib in his cute little mouth. NOTE TO SELF: Sometimes silly games during dinner time is not such a good thing.
This is by far one of the easiest dish I've made. Hope you'll try it. Enjoy!
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