Thanks everyone, Ava and I feasted on the ribs, rice and onions. PP had some rice. The oldest came by on her way to work. She took the last of the ribs and rice. No leftovers for me[:(]
In my best Homer Simpsom accent,Mmmmm Short Ribs!
Nice job! I’m sure you enjoyed those.
Short ribs – a favorite cut for me. SAM’S CLUB usually has them for around $3.00/lb.
I also like them braised slowly in the oven; there is a recipe with coffee, ancho chiles and habaneros that is killer.
I also find they get better the second day (and the third, if they make it that long).
In my opinion, and for reasons I’ve never quite identified, there are few kitchen smells as appetizing as beef short ribs cooking. I don’t know what it is. I can be full, and the smell of beef short ribs makes me really hungry.
Looks like you have that crockpot figured out Mike, nice job. [:p]
Lookin mighty fine, Mike. I used my crock pot yesterday to make pork carnitas for the fight last night. Leftovers today made some good sandwiches by adding some Buddy Roadhouse BBQ sauce.
Mike, that really looks scrumptuos. I am going to try it very soon.
Thanks for taking the time to share, again.
Here is the finished product;
The ribs were put on the BBQ to brown them up a bit and then sauced. Rice made from the beef broth created in the slow cooker and the onions from there as well. It was very tasty too.
I’m certainly looking forward to seeing the finished project.
There is almost a quart of water in there seasoned with beef base. I’m still experimenting so we’ll see. Oh yeah, the ribs were started from frozen.
Mike, did you add any liquid? Always looking for good crockpot ideas! Can’t wait to see the finished product.
Before leaving for work this morning I started the crock-pot up with these beauties. They are beef short ribs. I’ll let them cook on low for 8 hours then when I get home tonight I’ll finish them on the grill for some browning and a bit of sauce. I’ll post a grill pic tonight.
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