Recipes

Pork ribs for Homer Simpson

I bought this pork rib Friday night after I left work. It is now in my oven wrapped in foil, with another hour or so to go.. Here’s what I did:

  • pork ribs
  • rosemary
  • olive oil
  • black pepper
  • barbecue spice
  • barbecue marinade

Rinse the rib and pat it dry with a kitchen towel. Put it on a big piece of foil (shiny side up as my Mom taught me), with the bone side down. Fold the pieces of the tinfoil up so as to make a nice little dish. Pour a generous amount of olive oil over the ribs. Sprinkle it with dry rosemary (fresh is obviously better but not available to me in Suwon, South Korea). Then sprinkle on some freshly ground black pepper, some barbecue spice and slather on some barbecue marinade. Then take another piece of foil (shiny side down this time) and cover the ribs with it, rolling the sides up and into each other so that no heat or moisture can escape. Bake it at 350 degrees Fahrenheit/180 degrees Celsius for two hours. If you want you can take off the top piece of foil for the last 30 minutes just to get a little bit of color.