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    Bbq

    Got hungry for ribs, but we both have slight dental issues and needed my old recipe that I cook stovetop or in oven until meat falls off bone. Easy chew!

    BARBEQUE RIBS
    2 T salad oil
    1 med onion(minced)
    4-6 lg. beef short ribs
    1/4 c vinegar
    2 T brown sugar
    1 c catsup
    1/4 c water
    3 T Worcestershire Sauce
    1 t prepared mustard
    1/2 c celery(diced) optional
    2 t salt
    In Dutch oven or large skillet, heat oil and saute onion; remove. In same oil, brown ribs well on all sides. Add sauteed onion and remaining ingredients. Simmer, covered, turning occasionally for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. (Or until fork-tender)
    May be cooked in oven on about 400-450 degree for 3-4 hours.
    Serve on hot cooked rice, noodles or potatoes. Serve gravy separately.
    NOW..........I do not make small batches! I increase everything to cover my meats. I then add more water because I make it in a large roaster in the oven at 350-400 degrees. The meat I am cooking in the morning is 'country-style pork short ribs. If there is sufficient sauce, I throw in whatever I have.....pork chops, beef roast chunks, etc. Then I cook it until it falls apart!!

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    Sounds good....you are making me hungry! I will have to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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    We boil our ribs off first. Makes them tender and you can pour off the fat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt-Till-U-Wilt View Post
    We boil our ribs off first. Makes them tender and you can pour off the fat.
    That is about what this recipe allows for. Since the meat is covered with liquid, the fat can be skimmed off.

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