It’s Anniversary Week at Mystery Lovers’ Kitchen as we celebrate a year of food, fun, and friendship!
To celebrate, we’re having a special week—each day, we’re posting a different party dish and course for our summer cookout. And to show our appreciation to our readers, we’re offering daily prizes and one grand prize. Entering is easy—just leave us a comment. Thanks everyone!
Today's prize? A spatula. And our grand prize is a Cuisinart ice cream maker!
We have a winner for Monday's contest, run by Avery. "Runner 10" wins the cheese knife. Congratulations!!!
It’s grilling season! And, of course, I’m all about the barbeque. :) Today I’m cooking up the main course for everybody for our Anniversary Week cookout!
Grilling is always a fun activity at our house. It’s not just about the cooking and the food, it’s about the gathering together, the aromas, and the family time.
Here’s a recipe for a grilled pork ribs marinade that I think you’ll enjoy. You’ll need to factor in your marinade time, so be sure to give yourself at least 4 hours to let the flavors really mix with the meat. Or, you could plan to marinade the pork the day before and keep it in the fridge overnight.
Grilled Pork Ribs Marinade
1/2 cup Extra-virgin olive oil
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/2 cup of red wine
2 T molasses
1 t minced garlic
1/2 t garlic powder
1/2 t dry mustard
1/2 t ground ginger
1 t onion salt (or onion powder if you’re worried about salt intake)
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 t Mediterranean spices or Mrs. Dash (optional)
Whisk ingredients together and add to the pork in the Ziploc. Reserve some sauce to brush the pork with while grilling.
Marinate for 4 to 24+ hours in refrigerator.
You can cook the ribs one of two ways:
1. Preheat oven to 500 and cook for 15 minutes, then grill for 15 minutes. This will work best if you have a gas grill.
2. Or, (and you'll need a charcoal grill for this) you can prepare your grill for indirect heat (charcoal on one side of the grill, nothing directly under the meat. Once it is going, put some soaked mesquite woodchips on it.)
Cook (lid down) for 20 minutes, then brush with reserved sauce. Cover, and continue cooking for an additional 30 minutes.
The recipe is easily doubled for marinating more pork.
Grill and enjoy!
Delicious and Suspicious (July 6 2010) Riley Adams
Pretty is as Pretty Dies –Elizabeth Spann Craig