I always splurge when I see ribs on sale. Unless we are on an über mission, I will get those ribs. We may not eat them today, or even tomorrow, but they will be delicious when I do.
Okay so you can guess that I found ribs on sale by now can you not? We have done the sweet sauces alot. Pork and sweet, just a winning combination. But what about something with a little more kick. That’s where Szechwan comes in. I didn’t have quite the right ingredients for everything, but I made it work, and those ribs were delicious and spicy. They also came with a life lesson.
These ribs were delicious, but came with a lesson (highlighted in red). But when you see your favourite foods on sale, I strongly suggest you get it. You may find use for it in surprising ways.
I would also like to note that I would not be able to get as much smoking done as I have recently without the help of my husband, who has been helping with the lifting, monitoring and cleaning of the grill. It is hot and heavy when you are using a full water basin.
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