Anniversary Ribs

Anniversary Ribs

Okay, I know you’re probably sick of hearing about our anniversary. But this is really low in the mush factor. A little warning to my veggie friends. This post contains a raw meat photo. I really had not planned this post so no time to create well staged photos . As you know ( if you’ve read my previous post) our anniversary was on the 1st and we celebrated this past weekend. The weather was beautiful. We spent some wonderful time together. We finished our lovely weekend off by breaking in the barbecue and making Anniversary Ribs .

We made baby backed ribs, steamed asparagus and shrimp. Do I hear the word Yum? I thought so. it was  delish. Being the foodies that we are we were smiling a lot during this meal. Of course sharing it with my amazing husband is always a reason to smile. (a little mush )

My dry rub is never measured out so I don’t think I can “officially” call this post a recipe post.  I often use no real measuring system when I’m winging it in the kitchen. But, it’s fun to experiment so I’ll provide you with the ingredients and then let you run with it. Please let me know if you try it. Enjoy!







anniversary ribs katherines corner


What You Need

Baby back ribs

garlic powder, dry oregano,dry basil, dry thyme,salt and pepper, dry parsley,Mrs Dash spicy seasoning. Equal amounts for everything except the garlic ( twice as much) and the salt and pepper half as much.

Mix all together and rub all over the ribs. Cook on medium for about 25 minutes per side. Add BBQ sauce when serving if desired ( not really needed).

Taa daa



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  1. One of my son’s favorite meals is ribs… I will have to try this!! I love your header..looks great!

  2. Carli says:

    This looks oh, so good! I’m going to mark it so I can give it a go. I’m a new follower from Follow Me Chickadee.

  3. Ugh you made me SOOOOOOO hungry!!! this looks awesome! and congrats on the anniversary!

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  4. hubby loves ribs I need to make him some for fathers day

  5. That looks delicious! You made no mention of desert? LOL! That’s ok, I have an imagination.

  6. Drooooool. :) I’m a meat lover so I definitely need to try this yummy recipe!

  7. Those ribs look yummy!

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  8. Mmmm ribs. I heart ribs.

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  9. An anniversary is worth celebrating for more that one day!
    Happy Anniversary!!

  10. Grandma Bonnie says:

    The spices look awesome.
    New follower from the blog hop. Hope you follow back.

  11. Oh Katherine, what a fabulous anniversary meal and the rub looks sensational! I never tire of hearing of your anniversary. Love is such a magical moment in time. Mush on, my friend.

  12. Oh these look delicious!! I have some ribs just waiting to be cooked up and I’m going to try this!

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  13. Katie-kins, I’m so glad you two had such a lovely anniversary! May the Lord bless you with many more together. I make my own BBQ sauce but haven’t done so in a while. Now I’m drooling for ribs!

  14. I love a dry rub on ribs. Your ribs look yummy Katherine.



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