Boar Ribs with Whiskey BBQ Sauce

Boar ribs with Whiskey BBQ
2 qt ketchup
2 white onions (burn the heck out of them)
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup lemon juice
 3/4 cups molasses
1/4 cup worcestershire sauce
1 oz liquid smoke
1 oz dry mustard
1 oz garlic powder
1 oz black pepper
1/4cup red hot sauce
1 oz salt
1 teaspoons cayenne pepper
1 cup whiskey
1 1/2 cup water
Puree onions then burn them in a dry saute pan for about 1 hour (until black). Stir every 15 minutes (just burn the heck out of the onions without burning down the house).
Then mix all other items in a pot and  let simmer until onions are done. Then add onions to sauce and simmer until the bbq sauce is at a good thickness.
Rubbing and cooking of the ribs:
1/4 cup blacken spice
1/4 brown sugar
1/4 cup whiskey
Mix blackening spice  & brown sugar
Save whiskey for later.
In a pan Rub both sides of  ribs with salt/brown sugar-mix
 then coat ribs with whiskey
Let marinate for 5 hours.
Slow roast the ribs in water with some celery carrots and onions for 2 hour at 275*.
Make sure to wrap the pan with plastic wrap and foil.  When ribs are tender cook them on the grill (use some wood chips for a more smoky flavor.  Smother with bbq and you’re good to go.

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