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He uses charcoal briquettes, along with wood, to slow cook and smoke his meats and it really does make all the difference. Ribs can be intimidating because you can’t just toss them on a grill like you would a steak or burgers, but they aren’t hard to make. Just set aside a few hours for them to slow cook and you’re set! I followed him to the backyard last week to learn how to make a delicious rack of back ribs and snapped photos along the way to share with you!
Prepare your meat by peeling off the membrane which is the white film along the rib bone. Then season generously with your favorite dry rub. Use your hands to work the dry rub into the meat.
Place the ribs to the side of the coals. Cover and cook for 3-4 hours.
We generally cook them at least 3 hours and then check to see if the meat cracks significantly when the rack is bowed like shown in the photo above.
Remove ribs from grill and let sit 10-15 minutes before cutting.