Yields: About 6 servings
3-4# of Boneless Pork Country Ribs
***You could purchase bone-in, but it's not easy to pick out all of the bones since the meat falls apart!!
1/2 onion (sliced, chopped, or diced)
1 large clove garlic (pressed or minced)
1 can tomato paste
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1/2 cup of orange juice
couple dashes of Worcestershire Sauce
Some chopped fresh parsley (about a handful)
1 bottle of Bell's Oberon Beer
Salt & Pepper
1) Pull out the old crock pot, and set it on "high" after you be sure to plug it in! ***Also, make sure that nothing is touching or near the crock pot, as it does put out a lot of heat on your counter!
2) When the crock pot is hot, put the ribs in, and season liberally with salt and fresh ground pepper. Before covering, sprinkle the onion and garlic over.
3) In a bowl, whisk together the tomato paste, brown sugar, orange juice, Worcestershire, and parsley. Pour over the pork in the crock pot. Add the entire bottle of beer, stir, and cover.
***If you will be gone the entire day, turn the heat down to the "low" setting.
***If you are in and out throughout the day, keep the heat on "high" for 3-4 hours, and then turn down to "low" until ready to serve. Total cooking time is 6-8 hours for best results!
4) When ready to serve, shut the crock pot off. If the sauce is too thick, simply add some water and stir. Serve up with your favorite sides- Bon appetit!!