Folks love to see a huge platter of these tender barbecued ribs arrive at the table. Since the ribs are cooked ahead, they simply need to be browned and reheated on the grill. I love the easy last-minute preparation and magnificent results. Raves begin with the first bite.
I'll have to admit these ribs are finger-lickin' good and fall-off-the-bone tender! I've made them for a lot of my buddies—including my preacher—and some have even suggested that I try bottling my sauce and selling it to the public! —Allan Stackhouse Jr., Jennings, Louisiana
These comforting pork chops bake to a perfect golden brown, and the stuffing is incredibly moist. It's one of my favorite dishes to serve guests because I know they'll love it. —Lorraine Darocha, Mountain City, TN
Enjoy melt-in-your-mouth ribs when you try this pressure cooker recipe shared by field editor Paula Zsiray of Logan, Utah. “When I was younger, my mom-Doris Stephenson-made these delicious spareribs for special Saturday dinners,” says Paula.
The meat just falls off the bones of these slowly grilled spareribs. My mom created the delicious sauce, tweaking it until it suited my dad's taste to a T. I have to agree with him that these ribs are the best I've ever had.—Desiree Whittaker, Rathdrum, Idaho
I like my food spicy, and my husband likes his mild. This pleasantly spiced dish makes us both happy—and our son enjoys it, too. It's easy to make, and I always have all the ingredients on hand.—Andrea Keith of Kentwood, Michigan
"We enjoy making these zesty ribs year-round," writes Cindy Unger of Olds, Alberta. "The meat is fall-off-the-bone tender, and the rich dark sauce has hints or orange and garlic. We like to spoon extra sauce over rice."