Grilling ribs is an excellent way to cook them. There are a couple of thinks to do.
If there is a membrane on the bone side, remove it.
Do not remove any fat.
Season with dry rub or herbs before grilling but do not add barbecue sauce until ribs are cooked. This will cut down on the sauce burning and becoming bitter. Putting barbecue sauce on while it is cooking really does not do much anyway.
Place ribs on grill, fat side up, and cook at about 235 degrees F for about 2 1/2 hours covered.
Do not keep playing with them on the grill, let them cook. Sometimes I place the ribs on a rack in a roasting pan with some water in it. Cuts down on flare ups.
Slow cooking and a little tender loving care will make succulent ribs.
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