Posted by Nannie Reidhead | Posted in BBQ Cooking | Posted on 10-01-2013
Tags: bbq party
So, it was our 10th wedding anniversary recently, I decided to throw a party to celebrate the occasion, and of course it was a barbecue party. Was a little too late in the season to throw a bikini party, but both me and the Mrs. love a good BBQ so we decided to turn one even though it was in December.
In fact, the weather was not as bas as expected, and we did manage to hold the event outside. Thank goodness for a couple of outdoor heaters we bought last year, and thanks to my pal who runs an online jewelry store – you can check the site here – I was even able to afford to splash out (still hankering for the bikini weather) and buy my wife a sparkly new anniversary ring. Yay!
She was extremely pleased, and I can certainly recommend this company if you are going to buy a diamond ring – or any other sort of ring for that matter. I saved about 40% off the usual price and it was delivered in a matter of days. ~Those of you who know me will recall I leave everything to the last minute.
This is a similar ring to the one I bought:
And this is what we had for lunch – BBQ spare ribs – spicy and slow cooked then charbroiled – just the way she likes them. Hmm hmm good:
This is a link to the recipe I used – http://mark-knowles.hubpages.com/hub/BBQ-Baby-Back-Ribs–Cooking-made-easy - I love this guy’s recipes. Check out the rest of his recipes – he certainly knows which way a BBQ works and likes to try different ways of cooking stuff that I would never have thought of trying before. The spice mix alone must have taken hours to compile and I know he based in on another famous recipe by Alton Brown, which is always a good place to start.
So – every one was happy and well fed – always a good thing.