Ummmazing ribs, and we thank you for posting your recipe. I ended up purchasing a traditional "Jewish" cut of short ribs, called "Flanken", because a lot of meat markets aren't hip to the cut of short ribs that are served in up-scale restaurants these days. Same rib, just different shape. I made this cold weather dish in the middle of a hot Sherman Oaks, California August, and let me tell you that 3 hungry diners were toasting you tonight. Falling off the bone tender, saucy, meaty, and just plain yummy ribs, resting on top of mashed potatoes.
Odd, how I can't even rememember what I served for dessert!
Thanks again for posting.
Best to you,
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Ummmazing ribs, and we thank you for posting your recipe. I ended up...