Five Piece Round Outdoor Dining Set - 5555-328
Summer time is the perfect time for outdoor fun in the sun followed by relaxing in the shade. There is nothing nicer than having the perfect set of patio furniture and a glass of iced tea, to enjoy the summer weather in the comfort of shade and home. New to Number1Direct is our recent addition of patio furniture by Home Styles. With the option of patio sets, tables and chairs
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8 Tea Bags
Fine Sugar (Optional)
In a large saucepan, bring 4 cups of cold water to a boil. Remove water from heat and add tea bags. Cover and let it stand 5 minutes. Remove tea bags and pour the water into a pitcher. Add 4 cups of cold water to the pitcher and stir. Add sugar and lemon according to taste. Add ice cubes and stir well. Ice tea is ready to serve.
No matter what happens this holiday season there is no reason you shouldn’t get to enjoy some barbeque ribs. Rain or shine, grill or no grill, this oven baked barbeque rib recipe ensures that you don’t miss out on a summer tradition. If you are in the market for a stove or wall oven you’ll be pleased with the great selections at Number1Direct and you’ll love using it to try this recipe.
Oven Baked Ribs
2 Cups Sliced Onions
2 Cups Ketchup
2 Cups Water
4 Tsp. Salt
1/4 Cup Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 Cup White Vinegar
1/2 Cup Dark Brown Sugar
4 Tsp. Dry Mustard
4 Pounds Pork Spare Ribs
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a large bowl, combine onions, ketchup, water, salt, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, and mustard. Split ribs down the center between the bones.
Heat a large lightly oiled skillet over medium-high heat. Add ribs and sear until browned. This may have to be done in several batches.
Place ribs in a single layer in two baking pans or casserole dishes. Pour half of the sauce over the ribs, reserve remainder.
Bake ribs in preheated oven for 3 hours. Turn and baste meat every twenty minutes with remaining sauce, using all sauce by two hours. Continue turning and basting ribs using sauce in the pan during the last hour of baking.
Tis the season for outdoors, fireworks, and grilling barbeque. We all know that the right grill can create juicy fall off the bone ribs, but the right side burner can help you make a tasty barbeque sauce right next to the grill ready and waiting to slather against those bountiful ribs. This recipe calls for the barbeque sauce to be added right towards the end of cooking, so having the sauce simmering next to the grill gives you the ability to get in on the meat while it’s just right and have no fear of it being over cooked or burnt. Experiment on the grill this summer or purchase one today at Number1Direct.com/OutdoorLiving.
1 Cup Jack Daniel’s Whiskey
1 Cup Ketchup
1/2 Cup Dark Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup Vinegar
1 Tbs. Lemon Juic
2 Tsp. Worcestershire Sauce
3 Cloves Garlic, Minced
1/2 Tsp. Dry Mustard
Salt and Pepper to Taste
Combine ingredients in a saucepan and mix well. Simmer for 20 minutes then allow to cool. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. If you make it a few days in advance the flavors will have more time to marinate together.
Brush the barbeque sauce on the meat towards the end of cooking. The sauce should be cooked onto the surface of the meat but be careful of it burning if left too long.