Monday, December 21, 2009

Crockpot Country Style Spareribs

If you haven't noticed, we eat a lot of meat at our house.  Growing up on a farm, there was always meat at our table.  It wasn't considered a "real" meal unless somekind of meat was in there somewhere.  Between my parents buying a entire cow every year and raising our own meat chickens (that was my job), we never wanted for meat.  I hope this isn't grossing anyone out, I apoligize and hopefully you will still try my recipes, but here is another meat recipe.  We found it on allrecipes, tweaked it a little bit and absolutely loved it.  We ate the entire pot. 

5 pounds spareribs (note:  spareribs are pork and short ribs are beef)
3/4 c. maple syrup
3/4 c. course-grain mustard
1/2 c. brown sugar, packed
2 t. tabasco sauce
2 t. soy sauce

* Put spareribs in crockpot.  In medium bowl, whisk together syrup, mustard, brown sugar, tabasco (you can adjust this to the level of spiciness that you want) and soy sauce.  Pour over spareribs.  Cook for 6-8 hours, turning and coating with sauce every couple hours
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