Ribs going on the grill soon? - Tip

Well, make them the best ribs ever!
  1. Don't select ribs that are too large - They come from larger, older, tougher hogs.
  2. Rinse and pat dry. Apply light coat of yellow mustard to surface. You won't be able to taste it later!
  3. Apply your dry rub to the ribs...just a little more than you would if using salt.
  4. Cook at 250° for 4-6 hours.
  5. Baste every 30-40 minutes with 1/2 melted butter and apple juice mixture. Both sides.
  6. Add wood chunks/wood chips periodically to provide a light smoke flavor.
  7. Ribs are done when they begin to part from the bone - but not break away - when lifted horizontally with tongs at one end.
  8. Reduce heat and apply your barbecue sauce. Allow mixture to become "tacky" to the touch - about 20 minutes.
  9. Remove, allow to rest 5-10 minutes, slice and serve with more barbecue sauce.
  10. Repeat often!

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