Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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"Bobs yer uncle" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?

--Tedward



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On Nov 19, 11:34*am, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:
"Bobs yer uncle" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. *All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. *Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! * Doesn't anyone remember it?

--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!

I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.
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On Nov 19, 2:51*pm, Bobs yer uncle wrote:
On Nov 19, 11:34*am, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:

"Bobs yer uncle" wrote


A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. *All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. *Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! * Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. *Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!

I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.
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"Bobs yer uncle" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!

I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. This is sorta like Coke
and Pepsi.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,

That was pretty clear already. Putting the Kool-Aid drink on ribs
would be just plain silly.

I'll probably try the recipe this weekend and if I do, I'll post the
results to the chatrooms.

--Tedward


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On Thu, 19 Nov 2009 17:21:53 -0500, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:

"Bobs yer uncle" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!

I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. This is sorta like Coke
and Pepsi.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,

That was pretty clear already. Putting the Kool-Aid drink on ribs
would be just plain silly.


Why not just put red food coloring on?

I'll probably try the recipe this weekend and if I do, I'll post the
results to the chatrooms.

--
"He who made kittens put snakes in the grass"
Ian Anderson


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On Nov 19, 6:32*pm, "David V. Loewe, Jr"
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On Thu, 19 Nov 2009 17:21:53 -0500, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"





wrote:
"Bobs yer uncle" wrote


A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?
This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. *This is sorta like Coke
and Pepsi.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,


That was pretty clear already. *Putting the Kool-Aid drink on ribs
would be just plain silly.


Why not just put red food coloring on?

I'll probably try the recipe this weekend and if I do, I'll post the
results to the chatrooms.


--
"He who made kittens put snakes in the grass"
* * * * * *Ian Anderson


But red food coloring won't react with the mycoglobin the way that
Kool-Aid does.
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On Nov 19, 1:53*pm, Bobs yer uncle wrote:
On Nov 19, 2:51*pm, Bobs yer uncle wrote:





On Nov 19, 11:34*am, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:


"Bobs yer uncle" wrote


A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. *All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. *Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! * Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. *Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.


You are just the sort of slob I had in mind when I devised a creative
punishment for the 9-11 mastermind, KSM.

An ignorant dude who precooks ribs in the microwave, rubs them in Kool-
Aid, slathers them with Kraft sauce, and eats them with plenty of
canned pork'n beans and Kroger's coleslaw could serve his country
well. The terrorist could be put in a deep pit and folks like you
could defecate on him from above. I can't imagine a meal that'd
produce nastier scat. You could wait until he was starting to dig in
to a plate of Halal goat meat, and right onto his head and his plate
would fall a load of porky hellishness.

--Bryan
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On Nov 19, 6:32 pm, "David V. Loewe, Jr"
wrote:
On Thu, 19 Nov 2009 17:21:53 -0500, "The Ghost of Edward M.
Kennedy"





wrote:
"Bobs yer uncle" wrote


A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved
ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a
cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs
took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?
This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you
take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up
for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat
tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until
they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is
made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand
Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid
Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the
top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's
(again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and
sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from
Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. This is sorta like
Coke
and Pepsi.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled
them long
enough.

Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid
powder,


That was pretty clear already. Putting the Kool-Aid drink on
ribs
would be just plain silly.


Why not just put red food coloring on?

I'll probably try the recipe this weekend and if I do, I'll
post the
results to the chatrooms.


--
"He who made kittens put snakes in the grass"
Ian Anderson


But red food coloring won't react with the mycoglobin the way
that
Kool-Aid does.


What happened to using Saltpeter for maintaining the color of
meat?

--
Nonny

What does it mean when drool runs
out of both sides of a drunken
Congressman's mouth?

The floor is level.



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"--Bryan" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that
was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on.
Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.


[Redacted!]

Please, this is a family chatroom I'm posting to.

--Tedward


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On Nov 20, 9:42*am, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:
"--Bryan" wrote





A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that
was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on.
Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.


[Redacted!]

Please, this is a family chatroom I'm posting to.


No it isn't. It's a Usenet group.

--Tedward


--Bryan


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On Fri, 20 Nov 2009 10:42:55 -0500, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:

--"--Bryan" wrote
--
-- A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that
-- was
-- a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
-- Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on.
-- Can't
-- find it on Google--anyone remember?
--
-- Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?
--
-- --Tedward
--
-- This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
-- ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
-- and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
-- and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
-- sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
-- cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
-- imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
-- then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
-- in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
-- the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!
--
-- I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
-- splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.
--
-- PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
-- enough.
--
-- Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
-- you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
-- done and you need something to wash it down with.
--
--[Redacted!]
--
--Please, this is a family chatroom I'm posting to.
--
----Tedward
--


This is USENET, this is a newsgroup not a chatroom. Now say it with me "n e w s
g r o u p' , feel better now?
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"Food Snob®" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that
was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on.
Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.


[Redacted!]

Please, this is a family chatroom I'm posting to.


No it isn't. It's a Usenet group.

The usenet is just a bunch of chatrooms that can cross talk.

--Tedward


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On Nov 19, 5:21*pm, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:
"Bobs yer uncle" wrote





A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. *This is sorta like Coke
and Pepsi.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.



Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,

That was pretty clear already. *Putting the Kool-Aid drink on ribs
would be just plain silly.


I know that, but recipes are hard.

And I was kidding about drinking the Kool-Aid, that's for the kids.
Get yourself a nice six-pack of Bud, or better yet, Bud Lite, because
pork meat can have fat.
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"The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy" wrote:

"--Bryan" wrote

A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that
was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on.
Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


--Tedward


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.


Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,
you don't actually use the drink mixed up except when your ribs are
done and you need something to wash it down with.


[Redacted!]

Please, this is a family chatroom I'm posting to.


Manson family.

--
Michael Press
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On Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:23:16 -0800 (PST), Bobs yer uncle
wrote:

On Nov 19, 5:21*pm, "The Ghost of Edward M. Kennedy"
wrote:
"Bobs yer uncle" wrote


A few years back, someone posted a recipe for microwaved ribs that was
a classic. All I remember was that it involved using a cherry Kool
Aid rub to overcome the inevitably gray color the ribs took on. Can't
find it on Google--anyone remember?


Still no recipe! Doesn't anyone remember it?


This isn't exactly it, but what I've tried from memory--you take some
ribs, like those country style ones that are already cut up for you,
and you boil them in some water with a little salt, meat tenderizer
and Accent (tm) then you put them in the microwave until they start to
sing, and curl up a little. Then you put your "rub" which is made of
cherry Kool-Aid (the trick is to use the name brand Kool-Aid, no cheap
imitation "knock offs") some seasoning salt and some Liquid Smoke,
then you crisp them up nicely under the broiler (that's the top heater
in your oven), serve with a nice BBQ sauce like Kraft's (again spend
the extra money on the "real thing") and enjoy!!!!


I like to serve them with Van De Kamp's baked beans and sometimes I'll
splurge and buy an extra large container of cole slaw from Kroger's.


I'm kinda partial to Bush's baked beans. *This is sorta like Coke
and Pepsi.

PS: If the ribs are too chewy, it means you haven't boiled them long
enough.



Forgot to mention that you just use the unsweetened Kool-Aid powder,

That was pretty clear already. *Putting the Kool-Aid drink on ribs
would be just plain silly.


I know that, but recipes are hard.

And I was kidding about drinking the Kool-Aid, that's for the kids.
Get yourself a nice six-pack of Bud, or better yet, Bud Lite, because
pork meat can have fat.


I miss beer...
--
"Though these wounds have seen no wars
Except for the scars I have ignored
And this endless crutch, well it's never enough
It's been the Worst Day Since Yesterday"
- Flogging Molly


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