I've made these a lot lately--for meals to take to people that have had babies, or just need a hand...and they are quite scrumptious. A little more expensive than your normal casserole, but an unforgettable dinner!
*country-style pork ribs
*barbecue sauce (your favorite, but I LOVE "Sweet Baby Ray's Award Winning Barbecue Sauce")
1. In a slow-cooker/crock-pot (a larger crock-pot works best, but a regular one will too) put the ribs in and put some (not too much) BBQ sauce over them. Add apx 1/2 cup water in with the ribs.
2. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 4.
3. About 45 minutes before you want to eat, take the ribs out of the crock pot and put them in a 9x13" rectangular baking pan. Now SLATHER LIBERALLY your ribs in the BBQ sauce.
4. Bake for 25-40 minutes at 375...until sauce is nice and carmelized on the ribs.
*Serve with ANYTHING! Stuffing, rice-a-roni, broccoli, green beans, rolls, corn-on-the-cob, salad, etc. This meal is so good...and you have a PERFECT main dish!