I love ribs - especially in the summer time. Since I don't have a BBQ in Manhattan, I like to try and recreate the flavors of a BBQ in my oven. I have made many variations and varieties of Rib recipes in my lifetime (below are just a few yummy examples):
But last night I wanted to try a recipe inspired by Andy Richer from Pok Pok. I used his basic recipe but added a few things of my own, and altered some of his existing ingredients. The overall result was delicious. The crucial part of this recipe is adding the lime juice on top of the ribs at the end. The lime juice brings out all the flavors in the marinade like some kind of magical ingredient - it’s amazing, and I am ever impressed by the powers of the lime.
If you do have a BBQ, you can cook these the same way as I have written below, but at the part where you baste the ribs in the honey, you do that part on a grill and cook the ribs for about 4 minutes just to get that yummy grill flavor.
Whiskey and Honey Glazed Ribs
Whiskey & Honey Glazed Baby Back Ribs packed with flavor