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Old 10-13-2013, 09:05 PM   #1
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Default Dutch oven country style ribs

This weekend we took the RV out for one last trip for the year. So, for dinner, I put together something quick and simple. Since it was pork, I might as well enter the throwdown.

The night before I started marinating some country style ribs in Dr. Pepper.


I threw them in a preheated dutch oven along with some onions, potatoes, and Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ sauce.


Everything simmered for a while.


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Lookin good!
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Love some Dutch oven cooking!
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Nice job!
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That looks soooo good. Got some country style ribs in the freezer that need to be used up. About how long in the DO?
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Love the tri-pod and rim setup... May have to give that a try!
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Dr. Pepper marinade sounds great. Nice lookin grub.
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Looks pretty fine from here
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Lookin good, haven't used the DO in some time, now seems like a good time. Thanks
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That looks soooo good. Got some country style ribs in the freezer that need to be used up. About how long in the DO?
I used about 25-30 briquettes for about an hour and a half. I had about 10 of them on top.

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Love the tri-pod and rim setup... May have to give that a try!
I wish the rim was mine. I don't think the campground would have liked it if I took it with me.
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