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Mar. 30, 2011 7:47 am 
Updated: Apr. 7, 2011 12:07 pm
Well, this is a first.  I've never blogged!  I am going camping next weekend with a group of kayakers and want to make ribs before hand to warm up at the campsite and serve.  I am looking at Barbecued Short Ribs (by Margery Bryan) from this site.  Will this work?  Does anyone have any better ideas?  Is this what a blog is?  Randy
 
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Jena 
Mar. 30, 2011 8:44 am
Hi Randy. I've made ribs at home to take camping and it worked great. I made them very saucy and just warmed them up in a disposable pan on our grill, I put balls of tinfoil under the pan to prevent burning of the sauce on the bottom of the pan. I had the pan covered in tin foil and lifted that up to stir them a few times. When they were heated if anyone wanted them a bit grilled I just put some of the ribs directly on the grates at that point. The best place to ask this question, however, would be over in the Recipe Buzz which is the middle tab at the top of the page. There are tons of cooks (regular uses of the site like me and you) over there w/ lots of experience and we "talk" about everything. It's not quite a live chat room but feels like it.
 
Mar. 30, 2011 9:05 am
Thank you Jena. I'm off to Recipe Buzz... :)
 
Jena 
Mar. 30, 2011 11:51 am
Saw your question over there and there are a couple of answers for ya. Did you figure out how to "get inside"? Above your paragraph/question there are parenthesis and if any one has posted an answer or response it will say, in blue, (1 response) etc... simply click on the blue
 
Mar. 30, 2011 11:58 am
Hi Randy. I often do ribs at home and take with us to finish on the grill. I put dry rub on the ribs - double wrap in foil and put into a 275 oven for about 3 hours. Take out - check for doneness - when done....let the ribs cool and then cut into pieces and into a zip lock bag. When it is time to grill - remove the ribs and allow to warm up a bit then onto the grill - I then mop them with sauce and they are great.
 
Apr. 7, 2011 12:07 pm
Nana, these are beef short ribs and cut in 3" pieces. I was going to use the Barbecued Short Ribs recipe but yours sounds so much better. Now I have to check out dry rubs. How exciting!!! Many thanks...
 
 
 
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RandySweet

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Baking, Frying, Slow Cooking, Indian, Italian, Southern, Healthy, Dessert, Quick & Easy

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Gardening, Hiking/Camping, Camping, Boating, Photography, Reading Books, Music, Charity Work

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Live alone. Hard to cook for 1 person. Hope to expand my culinary talents while making fabulous dishes. Love outdoor activities and staying healthy.
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Right now it's mainly meats; beef, chicken and hamburger. I always enjoy having freshed baked goods on hand.
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Large meals during the Holidays. I always enjoyed helping with the baking.
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I bake wonderfully, can't explain it. I've come a long way since joining this site. I've baked things (Tres Leches Cake) that I never would have attempted before.
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None to speak of since getting rid of the Easy Bake Oven and getting a real stove. It's so nice to have the ENTIRE burner heat up and when baking, not have the item "sink" after removing it thinking it's done. Oh, and an oven window - how I ever lived without one...
 
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