Thursday, September 24, 2009

TFF Teriyaki_Glazed Pork Spare Ribs



Another week and another great 'supper saver' by our friend Tyler !!
As you have noticed all my Tyler's horrible photos are made in the kitchen at dinner time just before the dishes are assaulted by my beloved family ! Sorry !
I loved the recipe and it was faster than the one you find here because I used already divided ribs (here it is very uncommon to find a whole piece) .
Please check the blog !

11 comments:

VALENTINA "cuoca" PER PASSIONE said...

capisco perfettamente il momennto nathalia... a casa mia succede esattamnete la stessa cosa... bocche fameliche che attendono di assalire il piatto mentre io cerco inutilmente di fare uno scatto!!!! ciao v

Joanne said...

Tyler definitely does meats really well. These look so savory and delicious!

The Blonde Duck said...

I love ribs of any kind...

Jennifer said...

YUM! These look delicious, Natalia!

Miette said...

Wow! Those look absolutely gorgeous! Those sound fantastic!

Cheers,

Miette.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

The Italians are smart to divide the ribs, you get more surface crispiness that way!
Your ribs are gorgeously sticky and sweet looking, delish.

Kim said...

Wow- they look delicious! They looked like they turned out perfectly :D

Ivy said...

Your ribs look delicious and in Greece we also get the ribs divided :) and just like you I always get a quick picture as the family is always hungry to eat :)

Debinhawaii said...

I want to lick the screen looking at these ribs--yum!

ARLENE said...

I relate to your trying to snap a photo before the dish is snatched away and eaten. These ribs look mouth-watering! BTW, your vol-au-vent came out beautifully, too.

Jenny said...

Breaking up a rack of ribs would cook things faster and is a good thing to keep in mind when you want ribs quickly. They look fab.