• Awe man…. these look just scrumptious! These are most definitely getting ‘pinned’. 🙂

    • They really are, and they’re easy no fail ribs. My favorite kind of recipe. 🙂

  • Susan Oakes

    As your summer comes to a close we are heading into it and this looks like a great recipe. It looks pretty simple to do so thanks for sharing it Susan

    • It’s really simple and great any time. We’ve made these in any season for any reason. 🙂

  • Elizabeth Sott

    These ribs are to die for…. Amazing simple recipe with wonderful results…. Even great the next day….. YUM

    • That they are. My favorite part is how easy they are. 😀

  • HB

    OMG, These ribs look done right sinful AND easy. I just printed this recipe for use this week-end. YEAH!!!

    • Thanks and cool. Take pictures and let me how you liked these ribs. 😀

  • Gina

    What about tofu? Just kidding, we just stopped eating red meat for awhile. Looks good though!

    • Ha,Ha,Ha… thst would be to funny. When you start eating red meat again this will be wating for you to try. 😀

  • Jo-Anne

    Whooo it looks nice and yummy, you know I have never had ribs………….now pick you self up and check yes I said I have never had ribs…………lol

    • LOL… well now… humm, we need to change that. You could make these and then you could start a trend… Just a thouhgt. 😀 Oh, and yeah they are really yummy.

  • Susan – I lOVE ribs but they’ve always seem too intimidating to make. Your recipe is so simple that I’m going to try it. I like wet ribs but your suggestion to make the dry ones and they have sauce for those who like the other version is a good idea. Thanks!

    • These are very easy and never fail me. I use the Costco Pork Ribs that come in a shrink wrapped three pack all ready to go which makes them even easier to make. They also freeze well but they never last long enough for that… LOL. Enjoy.

  • Susan – I lOVE ribs but they’ve always seem too intimidating to make. Your recipe is so simple that I’m going to try it. I like wet ribs but your suggestion to make the dry ones and they have sauce for those who like the other version is a good idea. Thanks!

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Yummy! I love ribs!! But my husband is weird and doesn’t like BBQ sauce so this recipe is right up his alley

    • I have never been a big fan of the sauce either and I LOVE these, AND so does everyone else. Let me know how they turn out when you give them a try. 🙂

  • Shirla Vergara

    I’ve only made country-style pork ribs, never these little beauties. They look awesome! I believe this would warrant a “4 out of 4 drool bib” rating. Lol…
    I’ve never attempted a dry rub. Always thought they were too involved & messy. I have to try this!!!

    • They couldn’t be any easier and they are, as you said a “4 out of 4 drool bib” rating. Have fun with this one. It’s really a set it and forget until the timer goes off easy.

  • Those look YUMMY! While I sit here waiting for my husband to bring home dinner, staring at this is NOT helping me. lol YUMMY! YUMMY! 🙂

    • That made me laugh. They are as good as they look and so very easy to make too. 😀

  • Agree completely with Jeannette. This receipe is so easy I will try it, even though I’m half vegetarian. Love ribs and it will be fantastic not least since one of the herbs used is oregano which is very healthy.

    • It truly is a simple dish and the results are just amazing. I can’t wait to hear how they came out and what you thought. 🙂

    • It truly is a simple dish and the results are just amazing. I can’t wait to hear how they came out and what you thought. 🙂

  • This is perfect, Susan! My brother loves ribs a lot. I’ll try this out. It’s something that he’ll really love.

    • It is really good and full proof. Let me know what he thinks when he gives it a try.

      BTW: This recipe doesn’t work on a outdoor grill.

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    We love dry ribs every once in awhile — for a change of pace. But I must say … NOTHING compares with my BBQ sauce. The secret is to combine Thai chili sauce with any BBQ sauce, some minced garlic, a dash of maple syrup and an equal pat of Jack Daniels. I never measure anything but somehow … it comes out tasting superb and just slightly sticky (the way we like it.)

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    We love dry ribs every once in awhile — for a change of pace. But I must say … NOTHING compares with my BBQ sauce. The secret is to combine Thai chili sauce with any BBQ sauce, some minced garlic, a dash of maple syrup and an equal pat of Jack Daniels. I never measure anything but somehow … it comes out tasting superb and just slightly sticky (the way we like it.)

  • We love dry ribs every once in awhile — for a change of pace. But I must say … NOTHING compares with my BBQ sauce. The secret is to combine Thai chili sauce with any BBQ sauce, some minced garlic, a dash of maple syrup and an equal pat of Jack Daniels. I never measure anything but somehow … it comes out tasting superb and just slightly sticky (the way we like it.)

  • Your BBQ sauce sounds to die for… Yummy. You could make my ribs and add your sauce to it. That would be doubly delicious, wouldn’t it? 🙂

  • Your BBQ sauce sounds to die for… Yummy. You could make my ribs and add your sauce to it. That would be doubly delicious, wouldn’t it? 🙂

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