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Jim's Country Style Pork Ribs Recipe, Golf Joke...

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Well, tomorrow is my birthday, so if you haven't sent my present yet, that's okay, I like belated surprises!

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Jim's country style pork ribs


6 country style pork ribs
1 46oz can pineapple juice
1 bottle bar-b-que sauce
or your own favorite


1. trim excess fat from ribs.
2. in a lg. stock pot boil ribs in the juice for 1 hour.
3. drain juice. place on a cookie sheet and baste with sauce.
4. put in broiler and broil for 2 1/2 minutes then, do the other side the same way.
5. take out of oven and baste a third time and let set for 5 minutes.
6. you are now ready to serve...( I like to serve with a potato salad) ...enjoy..

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