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What's cookin'

This season on Fox Sports Southwest's "Texans Huddle" show, various Texans players will be showcasing their favorite recipes for a segement called "What's Cookin'."

Next up is strong safety (and San Antonio native) Eric Brown, who dishes out his Texas dry-run ribs.

Previous recipes: Fred Weary's roast | Moran Norris' steak



Eric Brown's "Famous Texas Dry-Rub Ribs"*


Chili powder


Black pepper


Celery seed

Dark brown sugar

Slab of ribs

"Accent" seasoning

Lemon juice from concentrate

You might want to prepare these ribs on top of paper- they're messy!


  1. Sprinkle a good amount of chili powder on slab of ribs
  1. Sprinkle paprika one or two times over ribs
  1. Add a dab of salt on top of ribs
  1. Add black pepper to top of ribs
  1. Spread a good amount of brown sugar across ribs
  1. Using hands, rub seasonings and sugar in GOOD- should almost form a thick, gooey paste-like substance on top of ribs
  1. Poke ribs with a fork, so seasonings can marinate inside
  1. Repeat entire procedure on other side of ribs
  1. Sprinkle Accent powder on both sides of ribs
  1. Sprinkle celery seed on ONE side- not too much!
  1. Grill ribs on one side, for just a few minutes
  1. Turn ribs over, and sprinkle them with lemon juice
  1. Let ribs cook for approximately 30 minutes, or until meat is cooked all the way through
  1. ENJOY!

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