Friday, October 18, 2013

Slow Cooker Braised Pork Ribs with Whole Garlic and Fresh Rosemary from Christine Cooks

Slow Cooker Pork ribs braised in wine and stock with whole garlic cloves and fresh rosemary.

 (Photo from Christine Cooks.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and I think this recipe for pork ribs braised with whole garlic and fresh rosemary from Christine Cooks sounds like a perfect thing to make on the weekend.)

I think garlic and rosemary are two of the best seasonings to bring out the flavor of pork, which may be part of the reason I was drawn to this recipe for Crock Pot Braised Pork Ribs with Whole Garlic Cloves and Fresh Rosemary from Christine Cooks.  Christine made this on a day when she knew she had too much work to spend time cooking dinner, and when she got home this lovely meal was waiting.  Christine used a programmable crockpot, which kept the food warm for the last few hours until she got home, which is a good option for a recipe like this that can't cook all day.

Get the complete recipe for Crock Pot Braised Pork Ribs with Whole Garlic Cloves and Fresh Rosemary from Christine Cooks.

More Ideas with Pork in the Slow Cooker:
Apricot Ribs from Kayotic Kitchen
Asian Peanut Butter Pork from A Year of Slow Cooking
Asian Pork with Mushrooms from Skinnytaste
Cuban Pork Tacos or Sandwiches from Elly Says Opa 
Pork Posole Stew from Foodie Crush


  1. This is rapidly becoming my most favorite blog!

  2. Thank you for showcasing my post, Kalyn. This blog has left the starting gate and is now well ahead of the pack and very timely to boot. Good job!!

  3. Thanks Christine! I am having fun with the new blog.

  4. Thanks for the re-post Kalyn. I really appreciate it! I'm also reminded to make that dish again, this time with the gremolata.

  5. Christine, my pleasure. Love the sound of this.

  6. These Pork Ribs sound delicious! I think I might have to try them soon! Cheers =)

  7. Cocktail Lady, thanks. Glad you like it!


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