To make beans:
1. Warm oil in skillet over medium-high heat. Add chopped onions, peppers; cook until soft; add ground beef; cook until brown.
2. Spray roasting pan with a non-stick spray, while the beef, onions and peppers are cooking. Dump the beans in roasting pan add the BBQ sauce, hot sauce, Worcestershire, mustard, salt, pepper and jalapenos add meat mixture and stir well. Top with bacon slices and bake, covered, in a 300 degree oven for 2-3 hours. The longer it bakes the better the flavors blend.
Note from Terry: I like to cook the beans in a foil roasting pan for easy clean up.
To make ribs:
1. Cut membrane off of bottom side of ribs, rinse ribs and pat dry with paper towels.
2. Generously rub both sides of ribs with a commercial rub or your rub recipe of choice. Terry says, "We use my Brother Gary’s rub. He always makes me a big batch when he visits."
3. Wrap the ribs loosely in extra heavy duty foil; grill ribs over low to medium heat for approximately 3 hours. Add wood if desired. Terry says: "Adding wood to the grill gives the ribs a great smoky flavor." Ribs are done when the meat starts pulling away from the bones and internal temperature reaches 160°F.
4. Unwrap the ribs the last 20-30 minutes of cooking time to burn off excess moisture. At this time, if you desire wet ribs, brush on a sauce of your choice.
5. Cut and serve with beans.