Chilebrown at home

Friday, October 17, 2014


We all have busy schedules. Well almost all of us. The process of marinating ribs is not difficult but to have someone else do the work for you is a time saving step. It is also convenient. We will do just that by purchasing some pre-marinated Italian style ribs from Willowglen Meats. We are talking about some meaty, beaty, big, and bouncy beef ribs today. This could not get any easier. You open the package and put your ribs on the grill.

We used our mini WSM fueled by charcoal and hickory wood chunks. This would provide an extra flavor component of  all important smoke. We cooked the marinated ribs for several hours until our ribs were tender and smoky. We did not sauce these ribs but offered it on the side. The ribs did have a nice Italian style flavor. Rosemary and oregano were predominate spice flavors. This was something different than our usual competition style ribs. These ribs weer convenient and flavorful. I wonder whats for dinner tonight.


Greg said...

I'm thinking most anything you cook tastes good.

Chilebrown said...

Greg, I wish that was true. I remember first making chili. Two peppers tasted great so it would make sense that four would be twice as good. That recipe got tossed.

Big Dude said...

The ribs sound very good and you seem to have many choices for getting good meat around your place.

Chilebrown said...

Big Dude, This butcher is one hour away with no traffic. I have to put the no traffic disclaimer in because there is almost always traffic in the Bay Area. Discovering new meat markets is a lot of fun for us.

Three Dogs BBQ said...

I love outside the box BBQ. Those ribs look outstanding. I had an Italian friend who never knew you could grill ribs until he was older. His mother always cooked them in sauce.

Chilebrown said...

Three Dogs BBQ, Italian gravy rocks. I love a sauce that has been simmered with ribs and meats. Yummy.