Awesome as is. Even more awesome if you remember to remove the Saran Wrap before you reheat them... Also, add a shot of bourbon.
Lone Tree, CO
food arrived in a couple of days, which was great. The ribs were very good, tasty with a good chew resistance. The sauce was unusual but did enhance the taste. All in all something fun to try but only with a gift card in hand. $90 for two slabs with an after shipping total of $114! Are you kidding me? Would have been a better value to have eaten a roll of barbecued five dollar bills!
Refrigerate your BBQ for up to 3-4 days, or freeze it for 3-4 months. Keep your BBQ in its vacuum-sealed wrapping until you’re ready to heat it and eat it. Defrost overnight in your refrigerator. <br> Note: All 17th St BBQ products have been fully cooked and only need reheating. Please follow the guidelines below to recreate the 17th Street BBQ experience in your own home.
Conventional & Convection Oven (recommended):
Preheat oven to 250°F. Thaw and remove ribs from Vac Pac and wrap in foil, then place them on a baking sheet. Place the baking sheet in preheated oven for 30-45 minutes. (Heating times may vary with oven; check intermittently by touching the bone side of the ribs. When hot to the touch, the meat is ready). Remove from the oven and mop with 17th Street BBQ Sauce, sprinkle with Magic Dust, then return to the oven, unwrapped, for an additional 5 minutes.
<br> <br> Microwave: Thaw and remove ribs from Vac Pac, cover with plastic wrap and place on a plate in the microwave. Heat on low power in 30-second intervals until heated thoroughly. (Heating times may vary with microwave. Check intermittently by touching the bone side of the ribs. When hot to the touch, the meat is ready). Once meat is hot, mop with 17th Street Barbecue Sauce, sprinkle with Magic Dust and heat in the microwave for an additional 15-20 seconds.