This dish is for those days when you just want to eat something really tasty or when you want to impress friends you haven’t seen in ages and you really want it to look like you got it all together 😉
Step 1. Buy spare ribs from Lazuli farm
Step 3. Buy sourdough pasta from The french raw chef
Nice catch, we didn’t skip 2, we’re just letting it breath for a bit.
Step 2. Pour yourself a nice glass of wine
For the Lazuli Spare Ribs- the secret ingredient is two parts. One, Smoked Olive Wood oil from Vinesation. It prevents you needing to use liquid smoke if you’re not so lucky to have a smoke house in your back yard. Pour a bit on, make sure it’s covered, but not saturated. Second, brown sugar. We use all sorts of things on our ribs, but it’s a safe bet to use the following – making a crust, or a coating over the entire ribs: Salt, Brown Sugar, Pepper, Garlic, Paprika, Mustard and a bit of Cayenne pepper. There’s all sorts of things you can add after that, but these things are pretty special, so use them first. Turn the oven to 305 degrees, let it cook for about 2 hours. You know it’s done when you can grab them with tongs, press down on them and they don’t just spring back at you. Like with all fine meat, let it sit a few minutes before cutting, or serving. To make it look real pretty, turn two bottom up, then place the rest perpendicular atop.
Get a rolling boil on your water, and pour in The French Raw Chefs Pasta. We cook it for a minute longer than recommended, for a total of six minutes. Of course, this is different depending on where you live. Once the pasta is el Dente (ready, just right) drain the water and add about 60 ml of Grub & Shrub Pesto per serving of pasta. Stir while it’s hot, to let the cheese in the pesto become melted beautifulness.
Pile Microgreens on top to make it look super nice and add even more deliciousness. Take a photo and then tag us #GrubAndShrubFarm
Enjoy with family and or friends and take all of the credit for it. Nice work!