This weekend I made some ribs. Harris Teeter had a sale of buy one get one free on ribs and I couldn't resist. I decided to try a different rub that had a Moroccan flavor to it. The rub smelled good and I thought it would work well but I was mistaken.
Don't get me wrong, the ribs weren't awful they just weren't up to my usual standards. The rub had fennel in it. I am not a fan of fennel and neither are pork ribs. The family enjoyed them but commented that they were not as good as the ones I usually make.
The ribs waiting for the grill
The ribs cooking.
Almost ready to come off after being glazed with sauce.
The final ribs.
Lesson learned: avoid rubs with fennel for ribs and pork.
Monday I made waffles and red-eye gravy. My wife had never had waffles and gravy but after one bite she was hooked. She said, "I can understand the idea of chicken and waffles better now."
Waffles, gravy and fried eggs
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