Boneless Pork Ribs

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event1bThis month, I am again participating in Book of Yum’s Adopt a Gluten-Free Blogger event. It’s a great event that encourages gluten-free bloggers and foodies to try gluten-free recipes by other gluten-free bloggers and write about the experience. I often see gluten-free recipes on other websites that I want to try, but put off actually making them for various reasons.

This month, I decided to try a recipe for Firehouse Boneless Pork Ribs posted by Brian at Fire and Salt. Brian is a firefighter who began cooking gluten-free for his celiac wife.  He has a lot of great-looking recipes on his blog, and I was glad to finally get a chance to share one of his recipes with you. I had never cooked boneless pork ribs before, but decided to buy them at the store when they were on sale. I was happy to find Brian’s recipe. It looked fabulous!

IMG_4778xSo, I gave it a try. It was so quick and easy to prepare. The slow-cooking method made the meat so tender it almost melted in my mouth. And the flavor was just as good as I expected. The best part about the recipe: my kids liked it, too! I never know if they’re going to eat food I prepare from a new recipe. They were a little hesitant, but did try it. My daughter’s first comment was “yuuuumm!” Well, that pretty much says it all. A perfect recipe to share for this month’s edition of Book of Yum’s Adopt a GF Blogger.

(I served the pork ribs with a little extra barbecue sauce, along with my husband’s famous garlic mashed potatoes and my Broccoli Mushroom casserole.)

Brian has recently posted many recipes that would be great at a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner, so be sure to check them out:

And let me tempt you with some more of the decadent desserts he’s made:

So many good gluten-free recipes out there to try, better get started….



Wow! Thank you so much for all your positive comments about my recipes and blog. I’m so glad to hear that your family liked the ribs. Take care, Brian


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Wonderful write-up! Thanks for participating. 🙂



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