Sunday, October 25, 2009

San Diego living = Indian Summer

In other words, the grill gets no rest around here.
None at all.

I made some spareribs recently, and this is what they looked like when I was done.
I did a really basic dry rub with chili powder, salt, pepper, brown sugar, garlic, etc.. and cooked indirect on my Weber.
For some liquid, I just add some apple cider vinegar to the dry rub and brush on.
At the very end, BBQ sauce. If you check the back of the Grandma's molasass jar, you CANNOT go wrong following that one to the letter. If anything, it just needs some more heat if that's your thing (it's mine).
Here's to sunshine!


Ray said...

I was licking my monitor at the sight of thoses ribs! What a coincidence...ribs and San Diego...two of my favorites!
I used to live in Phoenix and worked for the airlines and every day at 10:30 a.m. when my shift was through I'd fly to San Diego and take the bus to Mission Beach. Great city, great people.
Really like your blog for a number of reasons. It's varied and personal.

Mike V. said...

Thanks, Ray. I appreciate it.

david said...

Man! That looks good. Enjoy the warmth and the outdoor life while the rest of us hunker down and wait for snow :-)