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Dry-Rub Ribs for Summer Grilling Season

It seems appropriate to share this on the front page of the blog right now - nice weather has been so "early" for so many of us that thinking about grilling has become action for many. This is a simple recipe that will knock your socks off when you taste it. When we do ribs on the grill like this for company, we also usually have home-made potato salad, corn on the cob (in season), and usually make home-made ice cream made with cooked custard from our eggs. If this doesn't gear you up for summer grill meals, nothing will! Fabulous Dry-rubbed Ribs - grill or oven One Rack of Pork Ribs Package of Breakfast Sausage seasoning (dry spice mixture - butcher shops have it) or any pork seasoning you like (generally has some sage in it) One Lemon, cut in half Liberally rub the ribs with the dry seasoning and let stand about an hour Place ribs on grill or on baking sheet in the oven. (When grilling, use a cover - indirect heat grills work best, but if you use charcoal, avoid flame