It shall be this one's duty to offer recipes and menus. These will be easy to follow, and tested to be good enough that a slave would allow his Master to serve it to Master's Guests and reflect only the best of his Master.
For far worse than Master's anger is Master's disappointment.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
JayCee Terrace Country Ribs
has been in the process of moving into an apartment. Now the huge
task of getting used to a different grocery store as well as a
different stove, really has me busy.
always when shopping for meat, keep your eyes out for “last day of
sale” bargains. This is how these ribs were selected. Can't pass up
a good dinner meat when it is only $2 a pound. This was a particular
treat to design the first dish for the new apartment. (Only last
night was my 1st. home cooked meal from this kitchen.) So now let me
treat you to a moving in special!
Style boneless ribs.
tablespoons olive oil ½ teaspoon
garlic powder ½ cup sesame seed teriyaki marinade 2
tablespoons honey small can crushed pineapple
heat oven to 225
ribs with kosher salt and white pepper to taste. In a medium bowl
mix the olive oil, garlic powder, marinade, honey and drained
pineapple. Stir well
the ribs until well coated with the sauce. Tightly wrap with foil
place in a foil lined pan in the oven for 4 hours.
and carefully drain the fluid from the foil package. Switch the oven
from bake to broil. Place the drained ribs back into the lined pan
and spoon on the sauce. Slide under broiler and watch as this can
burn quickly. When there is a nice dark crust remove. Let rest for 2
to 3 minutes and serve with more sauce as a side.
is a great alternative to standard BBQ. Here the crushed pineapple
and teriyaki mixed
with honey brings a juiciness you might not expect. This makes
a nice meal for two.
excited when I get to serve my Master Indy,
satisfy and restore.
nourish, support and maintain.
gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
nurture, assist, and sustain
buy slave's cookbook:
Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes by Dan White