Smoked these pork spareribs for over 4 hours in my Weber Smoky Mountain bullet smoker using lump mesquite charcoal and apple wood chips for smoke. There are three, half-slabs on this plate. The middle and right slabs were rubbed with kosher salt, fresh ground black pepper, white sugar, and granulated garlic right before going in the smoker. The darker slab on the left also got an application of some secret spice rub from an acquaintance of mine.
I do believe these were one of my better batches of ribs.
Annie found some great deals on vegetables at Lunardi’s on Saturday monrning. They had just put out some veggies bagged for clearance and she scored a head of organic cauliflower, some fingerling potatoes, some huge mushrooms, and a bag of blue lake beans.
Recipe from http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_7844,00.html
Our neighbor left us a bag of Golden Delicious apples from her tree. Peel, slice, mix with flour, sugar, vegetable oil, walnuts, and cinnamon, then bake. This cake is so good, it cannot last more than a couple of days!
Corned beef with carrots, potato, and cabbage with Inglehoffer brand sweet/hot mustard. What can be easier than simmering the beef for a few hours, adding the hard veggies at the last hour, then putting in the cabbage at the last few minutes?