Monday, September 1, 2008

Dem Bonz Fall-Off-The-Bone Ribs

This recipe comes to us from the creator of Dem Bonz Barbecue Sauce, a thick, sweet & tangy tomato-based BBQ sauce with a touch of spice that's wonderful on ribs, and also on beef brisket. This recipe takes several hours of cooking time on your grill, but it's definitely worth the wait!

Rack of ribs (babyback or St. Louis Style)
Your favorite dry rub (Gloria's Note: I like to use Pig Pen's original Seasoning)
1 bottle of Dem Bonz Barbecue Sauce
A clean spray bottle filled with apple juice

Remove the tough membrane on the back of the ribs. Coat the ribs with your favorite rub and let stand for at least 30 minutes until they start to sweat. For those in a hurry, please be patient and allow the time for the spice to penetrate - it's that important. What's crazy is they really do sweat. While the ribs are standing, get your fire up to about 275 degrees and keep it there for the entire cooking process. Place your ribs on the grill rack bone side down for the first hour and spray with apple juice just to keep the ribs moist. Then turn and cook for another hour and again spray with apple juice. Cook an additional 30 minutes and you will start to notice the beautiful color. Lift one side of the ribs and you should now see the meat wanting to pull from the bone. Now your ribs just need Dem Bonz brushed on liberally for the last 15 minutes until the sauce has caramelized. Remove the ribs from the grill and let your ribs stand for 10 minutes before serving. I bet you just might be eating the best ribs ever. Happy grilling!

Zestfully yours,

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