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picnic & country fair classics

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I like this recipe because I can precook the ribs in the oven at my leisure, freeze them, and pull them out of the freezer in time to thaw when needed. Then they need only go on the grill for sufficient time to reheat them, about ten minutes. Baking them in a covered pan with chicken broth and a little soy sauce makes them succulent. It works well with gluten free sauce. This recipe has always been a favorite of guests at a cookout. The flavor reminds me of ribs in Chinese restaurant.
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Getting off the couch on a lazy Sunday was more difficult than actually making this. Usually ribs take a ridiculously long time to achieve maximum fall-off-the-bone tenderness, but with a pressure cooker it takes about 20 minutes.  And with the ingredients listed it's even gluten-free.
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The holy grail!  A low-histamine, soy-free and gluten-free ribs recipe!  Not only that, some say pomegranate seeds actually have anti-histamine properties.  And oh - it's really good to boot!
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This super-sweet short ribs recipe is also super easy to make, does not use any top allergens -- and is lower histamine than traditional barbeque recipes.  Cooks up easily in a large Dutch oven, making it an easy one for entertaining as well.
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This is one of our favorite week-night side dishes.  Pulls together literally in minutes and complements a wide range of dishes.  Of course, you can also just eat it out of a bowl with a spoon!
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