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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.

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