Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Pork Spear Ribs....Yummy Good!!!

Hi there is your Wednesday going so far??? I guess I am caught in a "time warp." My mind is still in May. Look at that says June 7th already!!! So far this week, we have been whacking at weeds....where did they all come from? I have also run out of mulch and we need to get some more in the next few weeks, guess that depends on finances too.

Our car needs to go in for some work. I decided that I am not going through another summer without air-conditioning. So we will have that fixed and also have the exhaust sounds like a race car. When JP comes home from work at 1:30am you can hear him from 2 blocks down.....geez the exhaust is loud!!!! So that will be next Tuesday that the car is going in for work.

Kylie has not been feeling well lately. The Vet wants to do a liver panel on her. That will be $55, so I guess that will be sometime this week or next. And JP....well, he has another appointment with the prostrate Doctor next Friday...they are calling it "active surveillance" as JP does have cancer, but does not want an operation. So the Doctor is watching it to make sure it does not grow or spread. Lovely.....

The only way to calm my spirit is by EATING!!!! I found a great way to make ribs in my Power Pressure these are good!!!
As you can see, I used cayenne red pepper, Hungarian Paprika, salt, brown sugar and oregano for the seasoning.

Rubbed the seasoning all over the ribs. Then put the ribs in the pressure cooker for 30 minutes. Let the steam build up, cook and let the steam out. Oh...I did pour a little bit of BBQ sauce on the ribs before cooking and after cooking too.
So here is the finished product.....looks pretty good...yes??? Good enough to eat!!!! I did stick the ribs under the broiler for about 5 minutes. This will most likely be on the menu more often, especially when I see ribs on sale. I will do the ribs on the grill to see how that works...probably delicious!!
I got a new addition to my stamping stuff a couple of weeks ago. A Personal Cricut for $30. It came with a carrying case, 4 cartridges, pens and needle for cutting and a new cutting mat. Such a deal, I could not pass it up. Since then, I have bought two new cartridges, banners and envelopes. I must remember to take some pictures of the Cricut.  Sooooo, I think that is what I will be working on this summer as it is cool in the basement and may be too hot for this old lady to be outside this summer. Ah....who knows what I will be the weeds never stop growing. I just know if the spring when this fast how much faster will summer go????

Well, time to close here, must got get breakfast...I think 2 soft boiled eggs with toast and strawberries is on the menu. Had that yesterday and it kept me full for most of the day.

You all have a great day and keep looking up, better days are coming. Cheers ~ Louise


Susie said...

Louise, My husband would be in love with you, if you served him that wonderful meal. LOL. He loves ribs. I have never made them. I hope your Kylie will be okay. JP also...omg..make him follow up many times with his prostate . My young brother had the surgery and now is taking radiation and this is all after the drs. were following his numbers for years. You are in my prayers.
Wow, you got a deal on the cricet . Blessings, xoxo, Susie

cards4ubylouise and other treasures said...

Hi Susie.....thanks. I never made ribs either because it seemed like a such a long evolved process to make them. Bake for 3 hours on low, season, grill etc....but making them in the pressure cooker cuts all that time out and they taste soooo good.
Kylie was better today. Thanks for your prayers.

Brenda in IN said...

Your meal looks so good and I bet it was. I just throw country style ribs in the crock pot with bbq sauce and let them cook. They are flavorful and fall off the bone. You really got a great deal on the cricut and I can't wait to see what you make. I'm glad JP is following up with his doctor. I always wondered what happened after you told us he had that.

cards4ubylouise and other treasures said...

Hi Brenda.....Oh yes, I have done that too, ribs in the crock pot, they were good, but I think the recipe was off and I never made them again. I liked these rib, cause they were fast to make. We'll see how I do with the Cricut. JP is a hard person to deal with....he doesn't think he needs to see the Doctor and he doesn't think he needs medication for his bi-polor either, his feet hurt but he doesn't go to the foot doctor, I think he just likes to complain and drive me crazy!!!


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