Cook the Book Fridays – Caramel Pork Ribs

So mostly these were difficult to photo. I made these several weeks ago because this would fall on St Patrick’s Day, and it is sacrilege to have anything but corned beef on the day. I should have written this when I first made these, but way leads on to way, and so much happened between now and then. 

All that is left to say about the ribs is that they were freaking delicious and they made good leftovers. 

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13 Responses to Cook the Book Fridays – Caramel Pork Ribs

  1. dulceshome says:

    They DO look delicious! So happy you enjoyed them!!

  2. Oh yes, they do make good leftovers! 🙂

  3. Chez Nana says:

    Looks good, I love your description of how good they were.

  4. hawley32 says:

    They look delicious, but oh that pan!!! That is how mine looked too!

  5. Emily says:

    Glad you enjoyed the ribs, rave results with the small packed lunch box I gave away. Hope things are easier the rest of the month!

  6. Good to see you posting in this space. I agree with you how delicious these ribs are. Keep cooking!

  7. Man, it’s been really frenetic for almost everyone I know this month (and last month, and the one before that…) to the point that I think it’s some sort of weird general consciousness. Anyway, the ribs look amazing and, hey, at least you remember that they were fantastic because that means they really were! 🙂

  8. Mary Hirsch says:

    And, Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!

  9. betsy says:

    I’m catching up for the past month (or more). I agree with you about the ribs. Delicious! And that corned beef is what must be the menu on St Patrick’s Day.

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