I hate getting older. Is it normal for your feet to shrink the older you get? Seriously...mine have, and I don't get it. I've been a size 6 since I was like, 12. I'm now a 5 1/2. Not just for some shoes, or for specific brands...ALL shoes. My brain just can't seem to accept it though.
I bought the cutest pair of Skechers on Ebay to wear as gym shoes. Bought a size 6 (as I always do), and they are WAY too big. Thankfully the guy accepts returns. I'm out $7 for shipping, but I just couldn't keep them. It's damn near impossible to find cute shoes in a 5 1/2. I was able to find the same sneakers, but in a completely different color. Seafoam Green...that's ALMOST the same as gray/pink and green, right? SMH. Oh well. They're comfortable. They may be hideous, but they're comfortable.
Anyway, I came across these ribs on Pinterest. They're insanely easy, and so good. I've tried a few different rib recipes that claim to be 'Fall-off-the-bone', and were anything BUT, but these ribs actually did. They cook for 4 hours though, so I'm sure that helps.
Ok guys, I'm off to the post office to return these stupid shoes. I'll see y'all tomorrow...have a great day!
'Sweet Chili Baby Back Ribs'
Source: Adapted from Steamy Kitchen
5 lbs baby back ribs
salt and pepper
1/2 cup Thai sweet red chili sauce
1. heat oven to 275. Season both sides of the ribs with salt and pepper.
2. Place the ribs in a roasting pan or baking dish, cover with double thickness of tin foil. Bake for 4 hours.
3. Discard foil. Use a wide, flat spatula to carefully lift the ribs onto a foil lined baking sheet. Spread the sweet chili sauce generously over the ribs.
4. Place oven rack near the top of the oven. Turn the broiler on and broil the ribs for 3-5 minutes, or until the sweet chili sauce begins to caramelize. Don't burn the sauce! Serve immediately.
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