Ribs… for the winter that won’t quit!

Mercy!  I’m about d.o.n.e. with this winter… snow, cold, icey mix… and power bills that may necessitate selling off body parts to pay for….
here in central North Carolina, here we go again.  I did the obligatory grocery store stomp earlier.  In some ways, I must secretly admit I kinda like all that frenzy in there.  I love grocery stores and grocery shopping anyway, and days like this make it a social event.  A couple of weeks ago, you may remember getting a post from me and the snow cocktails I had fun creating during our last “event.”  I have a couple of ideas for this week too… something Krispy Kremeish and something Cheesecakeish, so stay tuned for those.

But there is just something inside me that begs for MEAT… hearty MEAT, during inclement weather.  I guess the cavewoman in me comes out and puts me into survival mode, and chunks of marbled meat on big bones fills the bill.  I thought I had blogged these before, but when I came here today to share with folks, low and behold, I find I have been derelict in doing that.  So without further delay, because you do need to get to the store for your ribs and the 2 or 3 other things you’ll need, here ya go.  I  hope some of you will throw some of these in your oven this week while homebound, and be sure to leave that oven door open when done to take advantage of that free heat as the oven cools down.

Inclement weather Winter Beef Ribs

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