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How to Grill Barbecue Pork Ribs that Fall Off the Bone
Barbecue ribs using a two step cooking process that will result in ribs that fall off the bone an melt in your mouth.
It's a two cook process. First the ribs are cooked low and slow, low heat for a long time. Then we turn up the heat adding barbecue sauce. The result will be ribs that fall right off the bone and melt in your mouth.
What you are going to need
The first thing you will need is time. Preparing and cooking these barbecue ribs will take about 4 hours. Believe me when I say it is well worth the effort.
Go to the grocery store and pick up pork ribs of your choice. You will also want to pick up a dry rub and of course, barbecue sauce.
There are many dry rubs and barbecue sauces in the market. Experiment and find something you like. I like Sweet Baby Rays Barbecue sauce. You can also make your own barbecue sauce. If you are going to make your own I suggest doing it a day or two in advance and refrigerating it. Lets those flavors blend together.
You will also want a pair on tongs to turn the ribs with. Avoid using a meat fork if possible. Poking the ribs with a meat fork allows juices to escape and can dry out your ribs.
Preparing the ribs
The first step is to apply your dry rub to the ribs. Lay the ribs on a flat surface and sprinkle the dry rub generously over the entire surface of the ribs. Then take your hand and rub those spices into the ribs being sure to get it in all the nooks and crannies. Turn the ribs over and repeat. I do this the night before I am going to cook the ribs. I then place the ribs in a pan covered with aluminum foil and refrigerate.
Make sure you save some dry rub to use as baste.
Cooking the ribs
You now have a choice to make. You can either pre-cook the ribs in your oven or do it on the grill. I have had great results with both. You want to cook the ribs nice and slow. Pre-heat your grill or oven to 250 degrees and cook the ribs for three hours.
To keep the ribs from drying out take your dry rub and add some water to it. Every thirty minutes or so use it to baste the ribs.
After three hours remove the ribs from the oven or grill. The next part will take only 20 to 30 minutes. You want to heat your grill to a high heat and then place the ribs back on the grill. Cook each side for 5 minutes or until you have some lovely grill lines on the ribs. Turn the heat down on the grill to a medium heat and generously apply barbecue sauce with a basting brush. Let that cook for a few minutes and flip the ribs and apply barbecue sauce to the other side. Keep doing this process until you are happy with the amount of barbecue sauce covering the ribs. Typically I repeat this six to ten times or until I run out of barbecue sauce.