I hope everyone had a nice Labor Day weekend. My husband cooked some delicious BBQ ribs on the grill today. So, I thought I'd share the recipe with you.
He used St. Louis style pork ribs for this recipe. We also used our Weber charcoal grill. We've been married 25 yrs and this is only our 2nd grill ever.......our 2nd Weber grill that is. We highly recommend this grill if you're looking for a great one at an affordable price!
First, you wash the ribs and remove the fat film from the back. Pat dry and apply Stubbs Rib Rub (found in the seasoning aisle). Let the ribs sit out for several hours to reach room temperature.
Heat your coals in the grill and push to the side. Add a pan of water to the other side.
Place the grill rack back on top and then add your rib rack.
Set your rack of ribs in the rack.
Then add wet hickory wood chips on top of the hot coals.
Put the cover back on the grill.
The thermometer on the grill should read a constant 250 degrees.
(Oops! Took my picture too soon. But trust me it got up to 250.)
Smoke for about 3 hours. Then cover in foil and smoke one more hour.
Remove ribs from grill and brush with extra BBQ sauce.
Eat and enjoy!
Hope you'll give these a try. They have a lot of meat on them and were so delicious. You should've smelled it smoking all day!
Thanks for stopping by!
~ Kelly ~