Baby Back Ribs
Soft, succulent and fall-off the bone; these juicy sweet ribs are a pork lovers favourite.
Try and buy your ribs from a butcher and ask him to remove the membrane from the inside of the ribs.
Apply a BBQ rub (such as these rubs below) to the ribs and set aside for 24 hours.
Texan BBQ rub
Set up the BGE for indirect at 107 deg C (225 deg F).
This is a low and slow cook, it can’t be rushed!
Place the ribs in a rib rack and smoke over applewood for 3 hours.
After the 3 hours, remove and wrap the ribs in heavy duty tin foil (or double wrap) and return to the BGE to cook for another 3 hours.
Remove the ribs from the foil, baste in BBQ sauce and cook on the egg for another 10-20 minutes until the sauce is hot and sticky.
Serve with a side plate so everyone can drop in the bare bones!