July 7, 2013
I’m absolutely obsessed with ribs right now. We had some at a friend’s home a few weeks ago. Then I made them for Father’s Day…then for dinner a week ago…and now I’m cooking them up again this Saturday. Besides being delicious, they are easy on the wallet. I just picked up pork ribs on sale for $1.99/lb.
This recipe is so easy, anyone can do it. All you need is time. Also, I’ve made these with beef and pork ribs and they were delicious both ways. I’ve finished them on a charcoal grill (the best!) in the oven (the easiest!), especially if it’s raining and you’re stuck indoors (like everyone in the Southeast).
Here’s the recipe: Beth’s Melt in Your Mouth Ribs
What’s your favorite meat to grill in the summertime?
September 19, 2012
These little apps are great for tailgating or to serve while watching football. The name is especially appropriate for any Georgia Bulldog fans out there :0)
Depending on kick-off time, you can use breakfast sausage (pictured) or hot dogs. If you really want to get crazy, you can add cheese, onions or any others fillings you like. Either way, I promise these little guys will go fast!
Dawgs in a Blanket
- One package breakfast sausage
- Two packages of croissant rolls
Cook the sausages in a pan on the stove until browned. On a cutting board, lay out one uncooked croissant roll, lay a cooked sausage in the middle and roll up. Place the rolled dawgs on a baking sheet and bake according to directions on croissant package. Serve hot!
- College Football Rankings: Georgia Bulldogs Move Up To No. 5 (atlanta.sbnation.com)