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  1. #1
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    Default Crock Pot CSR's and Beans

    My wife told me she was making ribs in the crock pot so we had words.

    She had bought the ingredients and had the plan, could not convince her to alter her course.

    After loosely embracing the idea I intervened and started getting busy helping. I seasoned the CSR's with CBP, CRP, and a generous shaking of Pappy's. Instead of browning the ribs in the broiler I fired up a basket of lump with some apple and cherry until the Weber was HOT! I grilled the CSR's under direct heat for about 10 minutes per side until they looked and smelled beautiful.

    Back inside we added these items to the crock pot.

    1 chopped sweet onion
    30 oz pinto beans drained
    1 bottle hickory BBQ sauce
    1 jar jalapeno jelly

    Once it got hot we gave it a stir and added the ribs and set to high for 4 hours. Now even I gotta admit the house was smelling good at this point. We made a coleslaw, spooned the fat off the top of the ribs/beans, and started making plates. Overall the ribs were very tasty and fork tender. The beans were great as well, next time I would add another can or type of beans and there was a lot of liquid sauce on this one. Along with the creamy coolness of the slaw I humbly agreed she was right. Definitely one of the better crock pot recipes we have ever done and I would do this again if I was forced to cook with a crock pot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timbo View Post
    The beans were great as well, next time I would add another can or type of beans and there was a lot of liquid sauce on this one.
    I have an officemate that does CSRs in the crock pot, and they come out OK. Same problem with the thin sauce though, as the meat itself gives up a lot of water during the cook, and in a crock pot it has no where to go. So another solution is to do the beans separately, allowing you to thicken the crockpot sauce on a stovetop before combining everything together.
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    Best I can do here is eat with my eyes. Likkin' the monitor just doesn't do it.
    That plate looks like good eats to me.
    "If you can't smell smoke it ain't a barbeque joint" peculiarmike

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    Default Crock Pot Ribs

    My wife got ribs out of the freezer and cooked them in a crock pot. I pretended to be anxious to try them, but was just sick that good ribs had been wasted like that. I really have to admit that they were very, very good; maybe even great.

    She covered them with 1 cup Russian (or Catalina) dressing and 1 cup regular head country. I am really finicky about my ribs and had very low expectations for the crock pot ribs. I know some of you guys are not believing it. They weren't like slow cooked BBQ, but they were really, really good to eat. They weren't pretty, but they ate great.! Country styles would be good too....maybe better with more meat.

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    Man I hope my wife doesn't see this thread. She will want to know why we need another cooker for ribs, when she has two in the cupboard.


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    Crock pot ribs on a BBQ forum.

    I ain't sayin' they weren't really good, I'm just sayin'.

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    Default Crock Pot CSR

    Oh yea; that's what I meant to say. I don't want to be banished to the Crock Pot Joint.

    Any way, that other guy started it.

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    lmao...nice lookin' food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    lmao...nice lookin' food!
    Yes it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry516planes View Post
    Man I hope my wife doesn't see this thread. She will want to know why we need another cooker for ribs, when she has two in the cupboard.


    Not funny mister, I did notice all the snow melted off your smoker the other day though.

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post


    Crock pot ribs on a BBQ forum.

    I ain't sayin' they weren't really good, I'm just sayin'.
    I made it clear this was the wife's gig, and I did manage to pre cook them with fire and smoke on an otherwise smokeless endeavor.

    If it dont belong maybe a mod can move it to the kitchen forum or something.
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