Link to Soar Crochet Shawl pattern by Vicki Mikulak. $ Pattern.
Sherbet Wrap pattern by Kimberley K. McAlindin is only available on ravelry.com. Free Pattern.
Link to IMDb's entry fro Season of the Witch with Nicholas Cage and Ron Perlman.
Link to Friedel's Old-Fashioned Baked Beans recipe on food.com
Note: I double the amounts called for: vinegar, mustard, brown sugar, molasses, ketchup and bacon. If using blackstrap molasses, do not quite double amount due to the intense taste.
Link for Curley's Old Fashioned Cornbread recipe on food.com
Note: For the buttermilk, you can substitute: milk soured with lemon juice or sour cream diluted with milk.
Link to mypicot.com, where I found the stitch patterns for my orange shawl. Go to "crochet patterns" tab, then click on "openwork and lace" to find them. The numbers are 2017 for the body of the shawl and 2038 for the "wings".
2 racks pork back ribs
1/2 c. bottled bbq sauce (this is the most you will need, probably less)
salt and pepper
Two (2) hours prior to cooking, remove ribs from the fridge to bring to room temperature. Preheat oven (or set up barbecue for indirect cooking) to 300F. Rinse and dry ribs, and score silver skin on the back of the ribs (or remove silver skin if able). Rub a small amount of salt and pepper to taste on both sides of the ribs. Place on a foil lined shallow pan (jelly roll pan for oven, a piece of foil for the grill) and place, uncovered, in oven or on cool part of grill. Close grill cover. Bake or grill for 2 hours. Increase heat in oven or grill to 375F. Baste ribs liberally with bbq sauce. Return to oven or grill, and heat until bbq sauce is caramelized and crispy about 12-15 minutes. Remove ribs to a cutting board, and let rest up to 15 minutes. Cut between bones and enjoy!
Link to Ultimate Brownies recipe over on food.com. N.B. I added 1/2 tsp baking powder to the flour. I baked the brownies at an increased temperature of 350F for 25 - 30 minutes.