Baked Ribs and Wings

2 Sep

What a long weekend!!! Weather was absolutely wonderful.  Had a chance to go to the fair and my favorite spot; watching the little chicks and ducklings swim and sleep.  I don’t know why I am so attracted to them; maybe because they were babies but moreover soft, squishy and puffy.  One quack or chirp I hear, I melt away.  The annual fair was quite the gathering spot for locals and tourists as there was something for everyone.  For me, it was cotton candy and baby animals but alike all things, it came to an end.   

As I walked around the fair and gazed at what the vendors were offering, I realize the over abundance of sweets. It made me realize that I too have been making too much sweets lately. My  perfect excuse, I am trying various recipes and enhancing my baking abilities. The truth was I love sweets to a detriment of cavities. To to save myself from sugar high and a growing belly,I decided to make a main dish.

Recently, a local superstore had a promotion on wings and ribs thus I bought some. Deciding to bake them I first marinated the wings and ribs.  I used soy sauce, sugar and salt and BBQ sauce to bake the ribs and wings. The key to making a flavourful dish was to prepare it the night before and bake the next day. In this case thus I marinated the wings and ribs the night before. Next day, I took them out to bake. Bake at 350 degrees and then glaze them with honey.


Yum was the reaction that I got. The crispy glaze sure made the dish for delicious. I think next time I will try them with bourbon or more honey.

Bon Appetit.


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