We love ribs. They’re great on the grill and in the oven, and are something you can make nearly year round. It’s always a little awkward for me to eat them at my desk, but it’s worth it. These ribs were inspired by the leftover apricots we had in the house from our cooking at the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund’s Baconpalooza. Our apricocity didn’t take the prize, but it was an awesome time with new and existing friends.
Ribs. They’re easily one of my favorite foods. There was a time in my life where I would go out to dinner with my parents and grandmother and eat an entire rack of ribs, with french fries, and finish it off with a chocolate mousse. Totally not paleo, but cut me some slack, I was a growing boy for goodness sake.
Those days are long gone; the infamous restaurant closed due to a kitchen fire, and I can’t handle eating anything I want like I somehow survived during middle and high school. These ribs, however, are a fun project that do take the better part of a day from start to finish, but are totally worth it just to have a house that smells like ribs. We make our barbecue sauce from scratch, and I highly recommend it–but I’m sure your favorite brand will also do.