I had blogged this a number of years back, but due to changes it managed to disappear from the interwebs. Back for everyone’s benefit…
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m not the cook in our family, but every so often I come across a recipe that becomes a staple. I think I found another one…
While hanging out at my college buddy’s cabin in Canada Creek (near Atlanta, MI) he made the most delicious, fall off the bone baby back ribs I’ve probably ever had. Naturally, I had to get the recipe.
Go to the store and get…
– Baby Back Ribs
– Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce
– Garlic Salt
– Hickory Salt (I used Hickory Bacon Salt)
The morning of (or the night before), sprinkle the Garlic Salt, Hickory Salt, and Paprika on the ribs, wrap them in aluminum foil, and stick them back in the fridge.
Appox 5-6 hours before dinner, put the ribs (still wrapped in aluminum foil – I’d also suggest on a cookie sheet) in the oven at 300. Let them cook for 4-6 hours (I did 5.5).
Once they have cooked for 4-6 hours, fire up the grill. Put the ribs on the grill (no cookie sheet) leaving the aluminum foil under them (but opened up). Slather with BBQ sauce and let cook for another 10 minutes or so.