Bone Suckin' Fabulous Ribs, which cook in the oven rather than the grill, and also a recipe for the World's Best Spare Ribs, which also works with baby back ribs).
Here is another great recipe for mouthwatering, crowd-pleasing baby back ribs, courtesy of Jim Arnold, the creator of Jim's Own Bar-B-Que Sauce. The ribs are started in the oven, and then finished on the grill. This recipe works for however many racks of ribs you're cooking - just make sure you have plenty of sauce on hand!
1 rack plain baby back ribs
Jim's Own Homestyle BBQ Sauce or Jim's Own Hot BBQ Sauce
Cut the rack of ribs into two-rib sections. Bake the plain ribs in a covered pan at 250 degrees for approximately 2 hours. Remove the ribs from the oven and brown slightly on the grill over medium heat. Reduce the heat and baste with Jim's Own Sauce, basting at least 3 times per side until the ribs are done.