No one would of ever guessed
I was on the computer all day while cooking this meal! :>)
Debbie's St. Louis Ribs...
One good size slap of St. Louis Ribs
Season the St. Louis Ribs with:
Sprinkle with Worchester Sauce (About 2 tablespoons)
Lawry's Seasoning Salt
Emeril's Seasonsing Salt
Add about 6 oz of water to the crock pot
Turn Crock Pot on High for about 6 hours then Low until you are ready to place the St. Louis Ribs in the oven.
About 15 minutes before you are ready to eat ...cover a baking sheet with Reynolds wrap ( I purchased the new Non-Stick Reynolds Wrap....I love it)
Place cooked St. Louis Ribs on the foil
Paint with your favorite BBQ Sauce - paint both sides (I use Two Fat Guys Sauce)
Cook at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes
Since I know very little about anything cooking..my hubby is the cook in the family...I thought I would do a little research about the St. Louis Ribs ...here is what I found out!
St Louis Cut - This is a sparerib that has been trimmed to remove the tips or brisket end of the spareribs. There is also a flap of meat called the skirt on a full rack of spareribs that is removed. The result is a fairly flat rack of ribs that is easier to handle, looks nicer, and cooks up more evenly.
I added Baked Beans and The Homestyle Mac & Cheese! Very Tasty Meal!