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Best Spagetti Ever (not on the green egg)

BigGreenDaveBigGreenDave Posts: 149
edited 6:09AM in EggHead Forum
I made some baby back spares ribs for the guys here on Sunday and I didn't think they were good but they all said they were the best they ever had had. There was a lot left over because I did a rack for each guy there were four of us. Anyway I scraped off the black burned stuff and got some meat from the left over ribs and added it to some spagetti sauce. It was great. I didn't make it on the egg but it was great for lunch.

Mom promised she would try to get a pork butt from where she works. They make pulled pork in a slow cooker. I will try it on the egg. Her boss will let her bring home anything she wants. They get along great.

I will do it Saturday.

Dave M.
Dave Montgomery at Wheeling West Virgina

Comments

  • reelgemreelgem Posts: 4,256
    Dave, I bet that spaghetti sauce was great with the ribmeat in it. I know in Italy they put pork in their spaghetti sauces. I can't imagine what it would be like with some smoked meat from the pork butt. It will be so much better than in a crockpot. Sounds like your mom has a very generous boss.
  • WWSisWWSis Posts: 1,448
    That sounds great-I love soupin up plain ol' sauce with whatever...of course pasta is my favorite food, so basically pasta and.. anything... works for me! :laugh: :)
  • Baby Back Spares Ribs? Now I am confused.

    Eddie
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