4335 Danbury Dr, Brookfield, WI 53045

I made everyone at home and on my FB page laugh today when I said I would love to live here. I guess I was funny about it. But it’s an old and good tradition which emulates a lost cause of things you hope for in life and have no meaning otherwise to baser survival; and so I like it very much; and that standard, is a beautiful over-abundant house in the suburbs filled up with everything you could want and a big, spanking condo in the city. (I’m not showing that here because it will just start over a longer story from my FB page and really, I’m not up to it.)

4335 Danbury Dr, Brookfield, WI 53045

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Slow Cooker Dry Rub Ribs

Amazing!

In Dianes Kitchen

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Did you know that you can make fabulous Ribs like these in your Slow Cooker? They are fall off the bone tender, moist and delicious! The Dry Rub is the only one I use for ribs. I add BBQ Sauce on top making a delicious combination of flavors!

 

Ingredients

 

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In a small bowl combine the dry ingredients.

 

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Cut the slab of ribs into 3-4 bone sections.

 

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Rub the top of the ribs with the dry ingredients.

If you have any left put it on the bottom of the ribs.

 

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Place the ribs into the slow cooker leaning

them upright against the sides. Do not lay the

ribs flat and do not let them lay together

against each other. If I have trouble keeping

them upright and apart, I wad up a ball of foil

and place it between the ribs. Do not

add any liquid…

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Recipe of the Week – Billy’s Beef and Cabbage Soup

Simply Cornish

exps4261_gb143373c01_16_3bBilly’s Beef & Cabbage Soup

 1 lb. of ground beef
1/2 tsp. garlic salt
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1 onion, chopped (my add to her recipe)
2 celery sticks, chopped
1 can. (16 oz.) kidney beans, undrained
1 medium head cabbage – chopped
1 can (28 oz.) chopped tomatoes
1 tomato can of water
10 beef bouillon cubes

Saute onion, add beef, and brown.  Add  all other ingredients, bring to a boil.  Reduce heat and simmer covered for 1 hour.

This recipe was given to me by my friend, Billy Hammond.  She does have the gift of hospitality, and we always enjoy our times at her house…usually playing cards and partaking of her tasty vittles!

Have a warm, cozy day,
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