Switch to full style
Farming and rural life discussion forum. Cooking, hunting, gardening, fishing, critters, etc.
Post a reply

recipe for Louisiana Mike's country ribs

Wed Mar 02, 2011 10:52 am

This is the way I cooked the (pork) country ribs at DSCF. These were cooked in a cast iron dutch oven over coals.
I don't see why it wouldn't work in a crock pot.

Image
Image
Image
Image




12 " pot 14 " pot
about 2 1/2 lbs pork ribs 5 lbs country ribs
add some olive oil to bottom of pot 2 large onion diced
line bottom with bell pepper and onion 3 Bell pepper sliced 1/4" then cut in half
place country ribs in pot add some olive oil to pot
add some season-all and Tony's line bottom with onion and bell pepper
2 table spoons crushed garlic or garlic salt. add some season-all salt, pepper, Tony's
stir all to coat with oil
place ribs close together and cover whole pot
place pot on coals top and bottom
Country ribs pork Cook times rotate pot and lid occasionally
over coals in dutch oven after 1 hour turn meet over
after 1 1/2 hour drain juice and add BB-Q sauce
after another 20 minutes it’s done
Light coals chimney 12:13
Coals ready 12:32
Ingredients in pot and on coals 12:43 Start coals 1342
Coals on top 12:44 pot on coals 1416
Turn meat over 1:23 rotate pot and lid 1439
Some new coals on bottom 1:45 " " " 1507
Drain liquid off 2:09 turned meet over 1521
Put onion bell pepper back in and add BBQ sauce started new coals 1522
Done at 2:29 new coals under pot 1546
take off bottom coals if to hot 1608
back on bottom coals 1626
from start coals to finished is 2 hr and 39 minutes

Re: recipe for Louisiana Mike's country ribs

Wed Mar 02, 2011 4:34 pm

That sounds good. I will try it in a crock pot. Should work.

Billy

Re: recipe for Louisiana Mike's country ribs

Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:26 pm

Billy Fussell wrote:That sounds good. I will try it in a crock pot. Should work.

Billy


You should have some good eating.

By the way I might of asked you before (CRS) do you have any kin over here in Louisiana that is a surveyor? I know a land surveyor who's last name is Fussell.

Re: recipe for Louisiana Mike's country ribs

Thu Mar 03, 2011 8:44 am

Mike.

All of my people came to Texas from Washington Parish after the war for Southern Independence. Around Franklinton, the woods are full of them. So the chances are good that the surveyor Fussell is kin although he is several generations removed. The Corkern, Bickham, Magee, Slocum, Bond, and other families all intermarried and are kin in some way, by blood or marriage.

Billy

Re: recipe for Louisiana Mike's country ribs

Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:23 pm

thanks mike, gonna give it a go . val
Post a reply