When we lived in Stockholm last winter, I made some spicy pork ribs for a birthday party we threw for our colleague. The ribs were a hit, and made for an excellent — and hands-on — party meal among friends. Now back in my own kitchen in Brooklyn, I have more spices in my pantry to play with — and recently, I came up with a rub that I think works even better. I like to put the rub on the ribs overnight before cooking. Although these ribs aren’t of the smoke-house variety, we still think they are delicious, tender, and do come off the bone quite easily. We tend to prefer the St. Louis style pork ribs over baby-back — there’s more meat to them (always a plus for David), and I like how the fat renders off while roasting, giving the ribs a nice, juicy quality without being too fatty.
Archive | October, 2012
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- Green Central Park after the rain instagram.com/p/ZDgFXxjh4e/ 2 weeks ago
- Here sprout the tomatoes #sunday #gardening instagram.com/p/YYM7wtDh35/ 1 month ago
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- New herbs to plant in our petit jardin #sunday #gardening instagram.com/p/YYIoPTDhxK/ 1 month ago
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