Oven Cooked Baby Back Ribs

There is something very satisfying about barbecued ribs. These come from the oven and the recipe can be easily timed because it is 3 1/2 hours from beginning to end. So gather friends and family, make your favorite cole slaw and beans and serve up some amazingly delicious and foolproof oven cooked baby back ribs.

Dry Rub for Pork Ribs

If you are going to make baby back ribs you must use a dry rub during the intitial stages of the cooking. This rub is specifically created for use in making oven baked baby back ribs. The end result is an incredibly flavored and oh so succulent rack of ribs.

Lasagna with Mushroom Bechamel and Meat Sauce

Lasagna is such a festive dish. Whether it’s for a Super Bowl party, a holiday gathering or just a family Sunday dinner, this recipe won’t disappoint. With the added depth and flavor of the mushroom bechamel, it is sure to kick your idea of lasagna up a notch or two.

Spaghetti Sauce

I have been tinkering with the nuances of tomato based sauces for a very long time. The goal for me is always to end up with something I like. This marinara recipe is a great starting point for any tomato sauce you may want to explore. Have fun!

Beef Short Ribs

Beef Short Ribs are another of the great comfort foods. Slow cooking for an extended period produces a wonderfully tender and succulent piece of meat. And with a gravy featuring pureed vegetables used in the cooking process it is an amazingly simple yet complex dish.

Sauteed Green Beans

Fresh green or yellow wax beans are a must for this recipe. The kind of beans you can pick up and break in half and you hear that distinctive snap and see the freshness coming out of the bean. A real summertime treat!

Boston Baked Beans

Boston Baked Beans are the reason Boston is nicknamed Beantown. This is an 80 year old family recipe that is as good as it gets. Give it a try and bring it to your next barbecue, Super Bowl Party or Saturday night beans and hot dogs supper. It’s at home anywhere and anytime.