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Feb 27, 2013

Indoor Ribs

I found this recipe in a Williams Sonoma Catalog and it looked so good, so I knew I had to try it.
The basis of the recipe comes from their Rib Starter sold in their stores.
So if you want to make some yummy ribs and the weather is just TOO COLD to get outside and grill, then look no further, you have found the perfect recipe.

You will need:
1 jar Williams Sonoma Rib Starter
2 slabs baby back ribs, about 5 lb. total
1 cup chicken stock

To Make:
Set aside  3/4 cup rib starter for brushing ribs and 1 cup starter for serving.

Cut rib slabs in half; place in slow cooker.
Add remaining starter and stock.
Cover; cook on low according to package until ribs are fork-tender, usually about 7 hours
(rotating halfway through)

Preheat broiler.
Place ribs, round side down, on foil-lined baking sheet;

brush with half of the 3/4 cup reserved starter.
Broil 5 minutes. Turn ribs over; brush with remaining half of starter. Broil 5 minutes more.

Transfer ribs to carving board; cut between bones.
Serve immediately with remaining 1 cup starter.

Source: Williams Sonoma Catalog

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