Wynnebaer's Country Pork Ribs in a Crock pot

  • mrpiggy 9 years ago
    Country Pork Ribs In A Crock Pot

    I made this for dinner tonight. There was a great smell everytime I would come into the house. The only thing I did differently was to add potatoes and carrots. I also only had 2 lbs of ribs. Good thing. With the potatoes and carrots I had to force the lid down. I need a new and larger crock pot. This came out great. I am really loving crock pot recipes. Thanks Wynne for a another great recipe
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  • wynnebaer 9 years ago said:
    Delighted to hear you tried and enjoyed them, MP. That's what it's all about!!
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  • frankieanne 9 years ago said:
    I see you added celery, too. :)
    I've looked at this one a few times. I gotta try it the next time I have some country ribs.
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  • wynnebaer 9 years ago said:
    Is the celery a trademark thing of yours??....I read last week that if you take the root end of a stalk of celery after cutting the stalks off and put it in water for a week or so it will start to regrow......I tried it and my husband is out in the garden now planting it....It's grown about 2 inches tall in the middle and it looks like it just might work. I'll keep you posted.....My avatar is what it looks like after a week in the water.
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  • frankieanne 9 years ago said:
    Wynne, a while back MrP added a celery leaf to a picture of a recipe he had made to make it look more "healthy" and add some color. He's been teased about ever since here in IMI. Even pso has gotten into the act and I did as well here
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    I didn't know that about the celery root end! That's amazing! I hope it takes outside. You'll have to keep us posted.
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  • mrpiggy 9 years ago said:
    Yeh, Wynne. I somehow got pinned with celery. I now try to make a point of keeping a few leaves of it for pics. I dont eat much of it except in recipes or with peanut butter, but it does add color which most of my photos lack. This recipe was really good. I had a couple helping of it last night and even one for breakfast. There's enough for tomorrows lunch too : )

    Thanks for that info on the celery. I am going to try that. I just picked up a bundle this morning and Im going to try that with it

    I remember that celery shot Frankie. That was pretty damn cute
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  • mommyluvs2cook 9 years ago said:
    Wow this sounds and looks amazing Mr P!!

    Good tip with the celery Wynne! I have heard you can do that with green onions too.
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  • frankieanne 8 years ago said:
    I finally got around to making these. I made up the sauce and sliced up the onions the night before and threw everything in the crockpot as I was heading out the door to work, so I didn't brown the ribs. Also, unfortunately, when I took the ribs out of the package the bottoms were really fatty and should have been trimmed but I just did not have the time. So, the sauce had too much fat in it to use but the ribs had a great flavor to them. I left out the cider vinegar. I am finding I just do not like that ingredient in my food. Added a picture to the recipe.
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  • pointsevenout 8 years ago said:
    Hope that celery tip works. Have the butt end soaking for a week now.
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  • mommyluvs2cook 8 years ago said:
    I've had this one saved since Mr P posted it a year ago!! I'm gonna see if my meat market has some country ribs to make this.
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  • wynnebaer 8 years ago said:
    Happy you enjoyed, Frankieanne. I love this recipe and make it often. Since moving to Florida I've been doing more crock pot cooking than I ever did. Got a Mississippi Pot Roast in the crock pot now...LOL!!
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  • mommyluvs2cook 8 years ago said:
    These turned out wonderful! I wish I would have gone back through this thread so I would have remembered that Frankie said she wished she'd trimmed her fat. I didn't on mine, and the sauce was too fatty for the rice. The ribs though had great flavor and just fell apart! I added my picture to the recipe.
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  • frankieanne 8 years ago said:
    I need to try these again with trimming the fat. I remember they were very tasty. I love your picture, ml2c.
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  • wynnebaer 8 years ago said:
    I'm so happy you enjoyed the ribs, ML2C....Sorry to hear the sauce was too fatty for you.
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  • mommyluvs2cook 8 years ago said:
    I really did enjoy them Whynne! Trimming the fat should have been a no brainer for me lol! I do it all the time. Knew I should have and just didn't. Lesson learned :)
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  • lovebreezy 8 years ago said:
    These do sound good-I love slow cooking. Wynne, even though it seems obvious, perhaps you may want to make a note on your recipe to be sure to trim any fat off the meat so non I Made It members can benefit too.
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