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Sparerib ideas, not bbq?

I remove the membrane, then season them with a dry rub I make. I wrap them plastic wrap and let them marinate in the dry rub over night. The next day, I baby backs on a rack on a baking sheet and let them slow roast in a 250 degree oven for 3 hours. Then I wrap them in aluminum foil and place them back in the oven for 1 more hour. Finally, I open the pouches, glaze the racks with barbecue sauce, turn the oven up to 300 degrees and place the ribs in the oven for 5 minutes to get a sticky sweet coating.

Mar 01, 2013
raywil3 in Home Cooking

Where are all the Jewish Deli's in Philly?

The service at Pumpernicks is good. The sandwiches, although good, are a little light for the price. It was different when they 1st opened. I go there on occassion because I like their food better than Famous 4th Street. The sandwiches at Famous were dry and very little flavor. Will probably Koch's. There was a chain establishment in Willow Grove called Jason's Deli. Great food and sandwicches but they are closed now.

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Pumpernick's Deli
917 Bethlehem Pike, North Wales, PA 19454

Jason's Deli
3610 Welsh Rd, Willow Grove, PA 19090

Jul 20, 2011
raywil3 in Philadelphia

History of microwave-cooking?

Yes, I was!

Jul 08, 2011
raywil3 in General Topics

History of microwave-cooking?

I hate to tell you this, but I'm an old fogey (59) I had an Amana Radarange with a touch pad. I had 3 microwave cookbooks. One was by a famous female chef. I cooked pot roasts, smothered chicken, an Easter Ham, many side dishes etc. in my microwave. If you took your time, you can cook in your microwave. I do more than make popcorn or reheat leftovers in my microwave.

Jul 08, 2011
raywil3 in General Topics