If Lo Bosworth Can Make Spare Ribs For Dinner, We Can Too

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Among other things, social media is where we turn to see what our fave celebs are eating. First there were Snapchat stories, where Chrissy Teigen and Kylie Jenner gave us sneak peeks into their kitchens. We even learned Teigen's secret for whipping up a batch of perfectly hard boiled eggs. Then there were Instagram stories where Lauren Conrad baked a golden and bubbling chicken pot pie. And now entrepreneur, and former reality TV star, Lo Bosworth is also getting in on the action by showing us what's for dinner. On tonight's menu? It's BBQ ribs, y'all.
Bosworth takes us through the surprisingly easy motions of roasting a rack of spare ribs. A cooking feat that previously may have seemed too labor-intensive for our weeknight kitchen endeavors is simplified in 17 snapshots. There's even a homemade dry rub and BBQ sauce wrapped up in there, too! Check out the slides ahead to feel like a finger-licking-good rib pro in no time.
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Step One
Purchase a rack of baby back, baby back, baby back ribs.
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Step Two
Make your very own dry rub.
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Step Three
Break out the dijon and coat those babies.
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Step Four
Apply dry rub and pop into the oven for two hours at 300°F.
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Step Five
Get started on your BBQ sauce by sautéing a diced red onion and two minced garlic cloves.
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Step Six
Add tomato paste once the onions have softened.
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Step Seven
Stir until onions are coated.
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Step Eight
Keep cookin'.
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Step Nine
Stir in and cook the rest of your sauce ingredients.
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Step Ten
Blend that BBQ until smooth and slather-ready.
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Step 11
If you like your sauce on the sweeter side add a bit more honey and brown sugar in comparison to vinegar.
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Step 12
Wrap those baby backs in foil and pop them back into the oven for 30 minutes.
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Step 13
Proper wrapping technique for optimal sauce infusion.
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Step 14
Pull them out and open the foil.
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Step 15
Slather those baby backs in sauce and let them cook for a final 30 minutes.
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Step 16
Proper slicing technique is in-between each rib!
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Step 17
Plate and chow down.
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