Honor dad with platter of ribs on Father’s Day

Our vegetable gardens are looking good. Along with tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers and squash we’ve planted six rows of silver queen corn and four of them are already up. Our “girls” (chickens) spend time between rows dusting feathers and pecking for worms.

My husband, Frank, hoes the rows to plant corn, since his rows are always straight and tidy. He’s a good garden partner for sure, so when he requested barbecued ribs for Father’s Day, it wasn’t hard for me to decide which of my recipes to use – the ones I perfected during the pandemic.

Now the technique for succulent ribs is as important as the seasoning and mop sauce.

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