Sprinkling our way to good health.

As we write our final post for the Mrs. Dash campaign, I'm so happy to be able to tell you that Ken has given up a lot of the salt he used to use liberally and is now OFF OF BP MEDS. I know, right? Something as simple as switching out what he seasons his food with has made a world of difference- and saved a ton of money as well as kept unnatural substances (from his bp pills) out of his body. He's not in perfect health, because of something he was born with that finally caught up to him, but he's doing better than he was.

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For our final recipe, Dawn took over the stove and made some awesome ribs: I'll let her tell you in her own words what she did to make them come out so well.

The other day I was bored in the kitchen and decided I was going to do something diffrent with the ribs mom had gotten out for dinner.

I went to the spice cupboard and saw the collection of Mrs. Dash seasonings and looked through them and nothing quite screamed I'm the one so I pulled out a bunch of different bottles and proceeded to dump them into a bowl to make a rub for the ribs. Now this is a guesstimation of what I used as like mom, I am a little of this and a little of that cook and I didnt measure precisely.

I used approximately 2 parts Steak Blend, 2 parts Onion and Herb Blend, 1 part Fiesta Citrus Blend, a hefty sprinkle of Chipolte Spice from our Mrs. Dash collection and added a generous dose of a fancy sweet roasted Spanish paprika mixed well and rubbed into the ribs.

I wrapped the pork ribs in foil and put them on a large baking sheet and cooked them in a 200 degree oven for about 5-6 hours.

They came out fantastic, so tender and flavorful. Mom of course still had to drown her in bbq sauce (she likes condiments more than food, but even she said they tasted good with out it too). For those that wanted the extra sauce we brushed with our favorite and broiled them on low for another 10 minutes.

The little divas enjoyed them as well- kept saying they were the best ribs we've made at home. Messy, messy but very delicous.

Ken especially enjoyed them without any sauce or additional salt, which he used to sprinkle on everything before we started using the Mrs. Dash seasonings regularly. If you try them, we hope your family enjoys them as much as mine did.

Gamer girly out.

I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Mrs. Dash and received a gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate.
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