Good Life, Good Food: Texas Tilley Ribs

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      From the Panhandle's home for good news and great mornings, Chef Bud Andersen's recipe for Texas Tilley Ribs and Broccoli Slaw.

      Tilley Texas Style Ribs Ingredients 3-4 racks St Louis Style Ribs, trimmed and cleaned 1/2 C McCormick smoked paprika 1/4 C McCormick garlic powder 1/4 C McCormick onion powder3 Tblspn McCormick cayenne pepper1/8 C McCormick coarse ground black pepper1/8 C McCormick ground cinnamon 1/4 C brown sugar 1/4 C kosher salt

      Preparation Remove silver skin from back side of the rib racks. Trim to square if needed. Preheat grill to medium high heatIn a bowl mix thoroughly all the dry ingredients. Begin rubbing cleaned rib racks with the spice mixture until thoroughly covered. Let sit 15-30 minutes. Rub will begin to draw moisture from the ribs.Place on the grill, reduce heat to medium high. Let grill 6-8 minutes a side or until the rub begins to caramelize on the ribs. Remove from grill and immediately wrap in aluminum foil. Seal aluminum foil and place ribs on a sheet tray in the refrigerator. Let set in refrigerator for 24 to 48 hours. Remove from the foil, and heat over a medium grill. Baste with your favorite sauce ( I love Sweet Baby Rays) until heated through and to temperature. Enjoy for a great Texas treat!

      Broccoli Slaw Ingredients3 Cups broccoli florets, cut into pieces 1/2 Cup craisins 1/2 Cup red onion, finely chopped 3/4 Cup slivered almonds 1/2 Cup mayonnaise2 Tblspn lemon juice2 Tblpsn rice wine vinegar2 Tblspn sugar1 tsp kosher salt McCormick coarse ground black pepper

      Preparations Cut broccoli florets into pieces, mix in a bowl with craisins, red onion and almonds. Whisk mayo, lemon juice, rice wine vinegar, sugar, kosher salt and coarse ground black pepper. Pour the dressing over the broccoli mixture and stir to combine. Taste and add more salt or pepper, if needed. Allow to sit for 30 minutes so the flavor will marry.