Beasty Country Style Pork Ribs

I wanted some pork but I didn’t want to do a typical rack of ribs, instead I picked up some country style pork ribs.  No problem if you don’t have a smoker or grill, you can do these in the oven and get a delicious result.  If you don’t like my Beasty BBQ Sauce you can substitute your favorite or make your own up for this recipe.  I hope you Enjoy :)


Beasty Country Style Pork Ribs
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Serves: 2
  1. Preheat your oven to 250 degrees fahrenheit
  2. Arrange your pork ribs in the bottom of your roasting pan
  3. Salt your ribs, then spread your garlic over them and top with your lemon slices
  4. Put your liquid smoke in the bottom of your baking dish
  5. Place in your preheated oven and bake for 2 hours
  6. The ribs should be nice and tender now, remove from the oven, drain off all excess liquid and fat and discard the lemons
  7. Pour your Beasty BBQ Sauce over the top of all your ribs and return to the oven for another 30-60 minutes
  8. Optional: Finish on the grill to crisp up the sauce
  9. Enjoy

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  1. These are in the oven now, but I’m nervous…should they be cooked uncovered for the 2 hours and the additional 30-60 minutes?

  2. Hi there – I’m going to try these tonight. Just curious what the lemon slices do. I actually bought a bag of lemons yesterday, so have them on hand! Thanks for the recipe! :)

  3. Woo hoo! I feel like a celebrity now! :0P

    (I actually am glad you posted that comment… I was all, "Uhh… was that there all along and I didn't notice it? Oh damn, I'm a dumb ass.")

  4. FYI… these were awesome finished up on the grill. Will be making them again tomorrow. :0) Excellent recipe, as always!

  5. So, I made these tonight and they were awesome. I had every intention of making the sauce, I got sidetracked on Facebook and then the kids were hungry. I scrambled to get to the sauce recipe and realized that I should have been simmering that sauce for the hour I spent on FB. Fail. But, everyone loved them sans sauce.

    Next time, I will not be a slacker. :) Thanks for the recipe.

  6. Hi George! Question – I'm new to the ways of cooking meat not using a crockpot. If I wanted to cook these partially in the oven and then bring them somewhere and finish them on a grill… would you say just do them on the grill for that last stretch, after discarding the lemons? What do you think?

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