Baby Back Ribs
Everyone has that one weekend that will live in their minds as a moment that he or she is proud to apart of that is larger than themselves. Kim and I have been blessed in many ways, and we are starting to give back to organizations that we believe in. This past October, Kim participated in the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in San Francisco. Kim trained with Team In Training and helped raise money for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The race as a whole raised over $13 million to help research a cure for blood cancers. The weekend was full of emotional moments, and we were proud to contribute in a small way, and yes Kim survived the hills of this amazing city.
We have been to visit San Francisco before and were told to go to The Slanted Door. It was an amazing dinning experience. We decided to sneak away for a date night be fore the big event and revisited The Slanted Door again hoping to be impressed by their talented staff. We were not disappointed. Our server , Moses, made our night one to remember. He brought us samples and made us feel special on a very special weekend. So, if you make out to San Francisco, you must try Phan family’s twist on traditional Vietnamese cuisine.
We developed this recipe of a dry rub for baby back ribs. It is quick, and has a few spices that you may not have in the pantry, but will be worth the purchase.