3-2-1 Baby Back Ribs!

Posted by Jim Connely on

Buy some good quality ribs, I get mine from Cremer's meats in Dubuque, IA. If you are local to Dubuque, they are the best in town. The night before you grill, take the membrane off the back of the ribs. Rub the ribs with mustard and generously sprinkle a rub of your choice. Wrap the ribs up in cellophane and refrigerate overnight.

When you are ready to start, take the ribs out of the fridge. Set your grill to low or 225 degrees. 3: Place your ribs on the grill rack for three hours at 225. I like spraying the ribs with apple juice. You can also brush the ribs with apple juice and a sprinkle of your rub too. This works. They look like this picture below:

2: For the next two hours, wrap your ribs in aluminum foil and spray with apple juice. I pour some at the bottom of the foil too, so you can get some serious moisture. Close the foil and you will get benefits of steam cooking. Continue cooking at 225 temperature or low. 1: For the last golden hour, take the ribs out of the foil and place on your grill. Coat the ribs with barbecue sauce. Continue cooking at 225 temperature or low. Remove the ribs from the grill and serve. Your friends and family will be amazed!!!!!

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