Picture of Baby Back Ribs
Ribs half way done.JPG
Two rules of thumb I use is good quality meat from a butcher and consistent cooking temperature. When you follow this it will turn out every time.

Step 1: Picking the meat

Picture of Picking the meat
Bare Ribs Side.JPG
I get my thick baby back ribs straight from the butcher, notice the nice color this shows that this is a very fresh cut of pork.
BethV8 months ago

I am so relieved that I found this post! So many instructables for smokers, but almost NONE of the BBQ rib recipes actually use them AND a shocking amount want them to fall off the bone. I'm STILL trying to convince dh that fotb ribs are, in fact, overcooked. Thanks Chili's, for making faux b q so hard to shake off.

Great job! You made my appetite come back!

rkochman2 years ago
I can't get past the first picture of the raw ribs. Those are the most beautiful ribs I think I've ever seen. I don't have a butcher that can supply me those.
FireHogs (author) 2 years ago
If anyone has any question just ask I love helping out people smoke food no matter. How you cook the food.
jponcet2 years ago
It's so Genius, i Hope you'll win
FireHogs (author)  jponcet2 years ago
This is how real ribs are done. No foil and slow and steady.
SpringRobin2 years ago
That's a good looking rack of ribs right there! My kids love "Meat on a bone"! Here's a little tip. If you don't have a rib rack then you can tie them up with butcher string.
FireHogs (author)  SpringRobin2 years ago
great idea
flavrt2 years ago
That's just beautiful.
FireHogs (author)  flavrt2 years ago
Yes it is true BBQ is :)