Flashback Friday Whiskey Glazed Baby Back Ribs
We all can use a little recipe inspiration now and again, as it's easy to get in a cooking rut with the same recipes week to week. These "Flashback Friday Whiskey Glazed Baby Back Ribs," are a great way to put something a little different on the table.
This flashback Friday whiskey glazed baby back ribs recipe was originally posted in August 2011, but it is so good that it has been posted again, the glaze recipe is amazing and can be put on lots of other foods from chicken, steak, pork chops, carrots and anything else you can think of. After trying some amazing ribs at a restaurant the creator knew she had to come up with a recipe of her own (not to mention that the restaurant that the ribs were at was over two hours away), as she just couldn't stop thinking of the delicious ribs she had tried. It took her over one year of experimenting with different things until she finally came up with this rib recipe that she loved as much as the ribs she had tried at the restaurant, her are not pit smoked, but just as good. For starters you will want to get some slabs of baby back ribs, silver skin removed and cut in half. For the rest of the ingredients you will want to take a look at the recipe blog site.
This recipe blog site is created by Crystal who lives with her young family (sadly her husband just passed away at a young age), but she will continue with this great site. On her site you will find main dish recipes, appetizer recipes, desserts recipes, side recipes, breakfast recipes, healthy eating recipes, diabetic friendly recipes and beverage recipes to name a few.
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