This is the way I cooked the (pork) country ribs at DSCF. These were cooked in a cast iron dutch oven over coals. I don't see why it wouldn't work in a crock pot.
12 " pot 14 " pot about 2 1/2 lbs pork ribs 5 lbs country ribs add some olive oil to bottom of pot 2 large onion diced line bottom with bell pepper and onion 3 Bell pepper sliced 1/4" then cut in half place country ribs in pot add some olive oil to pot add some season-all and Tony's line bottom with onion and bell pepper 2 table spoons crushed garlic or garlic salt. add some season-all salt, pepper, Tony's stir all to coat with oil place ribs close together and cover whole pot place pot on coals top and bottom Country ribs pork Cook times rotate pot and lid occasionally over coals in dutch oven after 1 hour turn meet over after 1 1/2 hour drain juice and add BB-Q sauce after another 20 minutes it’s done Light coals chimney 12:13 Coals ready 12:32 Ingredients in pot and on coals 12:43 Start coals 1342 Coals on top 12:44 pot on coals 1416 Turn meat over 1:23 rotate pot and lid 1439 Some new coals on bottom 1:45 " " " 1507 Drain liquid off 2:09 turned meet over 1521 Put onion bell pepper back in and add BBQ sauce started new coals 1522 Done at 2:29 new coals under pot 1546 take off bottom coals if to hot 1608 back on bottom coals 1626 from start coals to finished is 2 hr and 39 minutes
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