Post # 1
Yes, On the floor, while he plays his video games. Oh well. They are friggin delicious!
First, I slow cooked them in the crockpot with a sauce made of…
1/2c ketchup, 3 table spoons of Allegro marinade, 2tbls of woozy sauce, a smattering of fresh garlic, and my favorite seasoning blend, cavanders, add a about a 1/2c of apple juice, and a table spoon of honey. Pour over ribs, set to low.
Go watch Dark Knight Rises.
come back and remake the same sauce, minus the apple juice. brush over ribs and sit under the broiler for about 6-8 minutes.
SO says “You keep this up and we’ll get married in the fall”
Post # 3
🙂 You know your man, and what works best! The engagement chicken (sort of) worked for me, but Darling Husband doesn’t usually care for red meat. I might have to try this recipe, though!
Post # 4
Oh man! It’s 8:30am here and now I want ribs…
Post # 6
They were friggin delcious!!!
SO is still bragging.
Post # 9
I told my Fiance about engagement chicken before we got engaged and he was like you should make it, I’d really love to try it but I never did. Thinking back I wonder if was trying to find a way to propose and have the chicken involved…
Post # 11
mmm my Fiance makes the best ribs on the barbecue….slow roasted for 9 hours!
Post # 12
@Torrid: Haha my thoughts exactly!!
@HelleCat: This is going in my recipe file – thanks for sharing
Post # 13
SO is the cook in our household. I can cook, he’s just better. If I decided to cook, he’d know something was up
Post # 14
LOL. I made engagement ribs for my Boyfriend or Best Friend and now he is my DH!
Actually it was chicken and ribs. I’m posting the recipe link below in case anyone is interested. It is so easy… all you do is throw the ribs and chicken in the pan with apple juice, garlic, maple syrup and a few other things…. marinade for 24 hours and then roast.
Post # 15
- Wedding: September 2014 - Manhattan Church Rec Center
I need to make Engagement-SOMETHING!
Post # 16