Those ribs are as good as they look. Totally tender and warm and yummy. This recipe is similar to the beef tips. I thought I would mix it up a bit. I don’t usually eat a ton of pork like this because I haven’t really known what to do with it. Oh man, now I do.
Still crazy here in my world. I’m a creature of habit and a person with a schedule. The whole holiday season throws me off. That’s ok. My hubby is home more and my workout buddies are finding all kinds of excuses to drink mimosas. Yeah, I need to stop that. Bottled orange juice is not exactly Paleo. I suppose it would be weird to take Cabernet to drink after a run though.
Speaking of the holiday season. That means the year is coming to an end. Duh. Everyone is all a buzz about goals. As you know, I hit my goal of 1000 miles this year. I am so not motivated to set another goal! I’ve had mileage goals for probably the last four years and they are pressure. I’m thinking I’m going to rebel and just run. I also want to do a little more cross training. (Secretly, that’s what makes the difference come swimsuit season.) I do, however, REALLY want to hit a sub 2:00 half marathon. Oops. I think I just said that out loud on the internet. What about you? Goals?
Well, I have a baby crying, one with mulch in his pants, one digging for snacks, clothes to fold, presents to wrap and volunteer time at church. I guess I better get out of the blog world and take care of biz-ness! See ya!
- 11/2 lbs. country style pork ribs (or one package)
- 2 large onions sliced
- 1 apple cored and sliced
- 1 tbsp. avocado oil
- 2 tbsp. grass-fed butter
- 1/4 cup blanched almond flour
- 1 can of free range chicken stock (or about 11/2 cups)
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Melt butter and avocado oil in dutch oven or oven safe pot.
- Over medium to low heat cook onions and apples for about 45 minutes stirring often. Careful not to burn them but you want it brown and caramelized.
- While apples and onions are finishing season pork ribs with salt and pepper and coat with almond flour.
- When apples and onions are done remove and sear pork ribs on all sides.
- While pan is hot add chicken broth to deglaze pan and scrape to remove bits from the bottom of the pan.
- Add apples and onions back to pot, cover and bake in a 300 degree oven for 1.5 to 2 hours.
- Check occasionally and add liquid if needed.
- Pears can be substituted for the apples.