- Safe Barbecue Sauce (I used Sweet Baby Ray's Original Barbecue Sauce. It does have high fructose corn syrup in it (which I try to avoid), but it is safe for us.) Lisa over at Lisa Cooks Allergen Free found out from the company that Sweet Baby Ray's is Allergen Free.
- Pork Ribs (I prefer boneless, but you can use bone in, baby back ribs, etc. Sometimes I even buy a huge Pork Loin on sale (a good deal would be between $1.88-$1.99 lb.) and cut it up into "country style ribs." Since I buy about 8 lbs of pork loin, I cut the rest of it into 2 lb. sections to make pot roast, pulled pork for BBQ or for pork tacos. It is great to have inexpensive meat ready to go in the freezer, just pull it out and throw it in your crockpot, etc.
Put ribs in a large pot and bring to a boil. Once it starts to boil, reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour. Rinse off pork with water. Put rinsed pork in a 13x9 pan and pour Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce (or other safe sauce) over top. Cover with foil and cook on 250 degrees for 2-3 hours.
They are DELICIOUS! (Perfect food for watching Football games!)
Serve with your favorite sides. We enjoy fresh broccoli sauteed in garlic and baked potatoes.