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Recipe for the best ribs ever.

You can imagine my excitement when I discovered Gordon Food Service. I used to pass by it weekly and wonder what the heck was in there. Do yourself a favor and look them up ASAP and see if there is one close to you. I am a fan for life!




As a busy mom who loves to cook and make delicious meals but also needs to stay on budget, I can do it all with Gordon’s Food Service!

If you have a big family or throw parties, this is the place to shop. 

We just did an end of summer party and I bought everything here. The meat selection in fresh and frozen is wonderful. 



And you see those peanut butter krispies? 
To die for! 
In the frozen section. Thank me later. 



You know our deep love for ribs. 
Chris does them like no other. 
So I thought I’d finally share our recipe. 
All of our items are from Gordon’s Food Service Store. 
(Recipe will be posted below)


Ribs are prepped for the oven. 


After 4+ hours in the oven the ribs go on the grill. 
Toss on a little extra seasoning and sauce for this part. 


These sides were delicious. 
That macaroni and cheese is out of this world!


Are you drooling and ready for the recipe yet?


My little foodies and their favorite foods. 



Recipe for the best ribs ever 

This is for a rack of ribs, double the recipe as you add a rack. 

  • Rack of pork loin ribs 
  • 9x 13 dish
  • 2/3 cup of orange juice 
  • 2 Tablespoons of lime juice 
  • Seasoning of choice. (Our favorite is sweet rub of mine)
  • BBQ sauce. (Our favorite is Gordon’s sweet bbq sauce)
Cut the ribs to fit in the dish. Place ribs in the dish and pour orange and lime juice over the meat. 
Coat in seasoning and/or sauce generously. 
Cover with foil. 
Place in oven at 250° for 4 hours or until meat start to fall off the bones. Once it’s done in the oven then transfer to finish off on the grill over medium heat for about 10 min. Add more seansing and/or sauce. 

Enjoy! They are truly the best ribs and quite easy to make!
Pair with your favorite sides. 




Thanks Gordon’s Food Service for being a one stop shop for all of our grocery needs! 

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