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South Your Mouth: Fall-Off-The-Bone Baby Back Ribs

Fall-Off-The-Bone Baby Back Ribs cooked low and slow on a bed of onions that are so tender the meat falls off the bone.

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from In the kitchen with Kath

Slow Roasted St. Louis Style Ribs

Super easy Slow Roasted St. Louis Style Ribs made in the oven ~ These came out yummy! I did the dry rub and the oven method and then for the last half hour I used some BBQ sauce. Next time I will cut down a little on the salt (pork is salty as it is) and also cut down the cayenne a little for the kids (they thought it was a bit too hot though it was fine for the adults).

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from boys ahoy

The Best Low & Slow Oven Baked BBQ Ribs

The Best Low and Slow Oven Baked BBQ Ribs || Sweet Treats and More. #recipe

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Slow Oven Baked Ribs. I love this method of slow baking ribs. Simple as adding a little seasoning, popping in the oven and then slathering ...

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from NYT Cooking

Slow-Cooked Roast Beef

Slow-Cooked Roast Beef from Jacques Pepin. Slow roasted at 225 degrees for 5-6 hours creates the most flavorful mouthwatering beef dinner imaginable.

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from Rock Recipes

Foolproof Dry Rubbed Oven Ribs

Enjoy these foolproof dry rubbed oven ribs any time of year. These have a perfectly seasoned dry rub & are very slowly oven roasted to succulent perfection.

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from Kevin & Amanda

Perfect Pulled Pork

How to make authentic southern, slow roasted, dry rubbed, pulled pork.

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from The Food Charlatan

Nana’s Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs and “Barb”-ecue Sauce

Nana's Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs from The Food Charlatan. This slow-roasted then grilled recipe for tender pork ribs is famous in my husband Eric’s family. His grandma, “Nana,” has been making these ribs every 4th of July for decades. Her “Barb”-ecue sauce recipe (her name is Barbara) is absolutely incredible!

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from About.com Food

The Closed-Oven Method for Perfect Prime Rib Roast

This is the EASIEST way to make a roast. I did this last year and it was the tastiest prime rib EVER. The key is to multiply the weight of your roast by five (4lb x 5 = 20). Use that number to roast at 500 degrees and then TURN OFF THE OVEN and walk away!

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from Serious Eats

Ultra-Crispy Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder

Ultra-Crispy Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder by seriouseats #Pork_Shoulder

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