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Just Plain Good Ol’ Fall Off the Bone BBQ RIBS…


Just Plain Ol’ Fall Off the Bone Good BBQ RIBS

Prep: 15 min

Cook Time: 2 hrs (or until they fall off the bone).

Serves: Depends on how hungry you are!


I use a medium bag of coals and after they are ready to go I knock them all down and slide to the back half of the pit so I can place the ribs wrapped in foil on the front half to “smoke” them.

Ingredients and instructions:

  • Fresh Pork Spare Ribs (how ever many you want) I eat about 3 but you may want to eat 6 🙂
  • Lay out to long pieces of foil and place ribs on top of double layered foil.
  • Spices: 1.5 tsp paprika, 1 tsb chili powder, 1tsp garlic powder, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tsp onion powder, Blend all spices together and rub onto pork ribs.
  • Salt Lick Hot BBQ Sauce: Drizzle about 2 TBS on each side and rub all over ribs.
  • Wrap up Ribs in foil tightly.
  • Place on prepped grill and cook for 1 hr and 45 min.
  • Take Ribs out of foil and place on bbq pit for 5 min each side to char.

Serve with any sides you want I like mac and cheese and collard greens 🙂

Pork Ribs

Quick 6 Ingredient Dinner: Salt-Lick BBQ Pork Loin with Wild Rice and Asparagus


This is a great dinner that’s easy to make and sure to please!

Prep: 5 min

Cook: Depends on the rice, but the pork and asparagus takes 5-10 min

Serves: 2


  • 4 boneless pork loin chops (.70 lbs)
  • 1/2 bunch of asparagus
  • 1 cup uncooked wild rice
  • 1/2 cup Salt-Lick BBQ hot BBQ sauce
  • 2 cups organic free range chicken broth
  • Salt, pepper, and 1 TBS of butter


  1. Marinade pork in BBQ sauce if you have time, if not no worries
  2. Cook rice according to package, salt and pepper to taste, and 1 TBS butter
  3. Wash asaparagus and spray dish with Pam- lay out on glass baking pan, cook for 5-10 min on 450 degrees
  4. Cook pork in large skillet until browed on both sides (depends on thickness but about 2 min each side), don’t overcook and drizzle some BBQ sauce on top and serve with the sides.


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