The Covered Market in Oxford is like a city within a city it includes clothes shops, shoe shops, a barbers, cafes, and many food stalls. MFeller, Son & Daughter has a variety of meats on the outside of their shop. My other half picked up a pack of 4 Beef Ribs for about £7 the other weekend, the size of each rib has ment that he is having one a week, a great price for making 4 meals. This week he created a Reggae Reggae beef rib, it was slowly cooked for 3 1/2 hours.
Reggae Reggae Sauce
Large glass of red wine
Pint of Stock
Select an ovenproof dish that your beef will sit well in, if you have one with a lid use this, alternatively you’ll need to cover this with tinfoil.
Pre-heat the oven to 165C
Cover your beef with a good helping of Reggae Reggae Sauce, roll the beef in the sauce for maximum coverage, this could be done in the morning to marinade.
Add a glass of red wine into your ovenproof dish and a pint of stock, we used a vegetable stock cube, make sure your meat is covered with the liquid, add a bit more stock if necessary.
Cover the dish with your lid or tinfoil and put into the oven for 3 1/2 hours, allow to rest for about 20mins.
The beef should fall off the bone with ease. Serve this with your roast veg and greens and enjoy!