I’m hungry. I’m excited for dinner. What’s for dinner at the Joyner’s? Something super fast & super yummy! Here’s my formula:
1 crock pot of ribs + baked potatoes + a green salad=a happy family
I went to Harris Teeter last week and got a whole bunch of country style ribs & pork roast. Always be on the lookout for mis-marked items. They gave me about 4 pounds of meat for free for bringing it to their attention! I love their customer service. Other places should adopt their practices. Oh yeah, back to the meal. We don’t usually eat pork too much, but it was time for a menu change. So, ribs it was! I washed them, seasoned them well (no salt though because they’d be bbq’d) & plopped them into the pot.
This is my crock pot. As you can see by the missing handle, it’s been through a lot! But I love the buttons. My other crock pot (God rest its soul) only had an off/hi/med dial. I like the push buttons better. It died mysteriously when the liner completely cracked in two. I have 3 suspects…
I also have a roaster, but I’m not sure how much better it’ll work than the crock pot. I need to dig it out and give it a chance. Has anyone used a roaster? Well either way, I’d say it has some big shoes to fill. Check out what my baby can do!
Yes. That is super yummy, delectably juicy, fall off the bone, tender succulent rib goodness. Wipe your mouth, you’re drooling! These were cooked for 12 hours on low. I usually cook 4 hours on high. I must say that there wasn’t any difference in the turnout. So that’s good news!
Well, at the last moment I had to change the menu from baked potatoes to mashed. I forgot the children had a dental appointment today. So…soft food is the way we’ll go tonight.
What are you cooking for dinner tonight?