Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Barbecued Smoked Ribs

You know you have a really KILLER recipe when you go back to it time and time again for over 11 years.  I mean Come ON!  Well, this little recipe here, is one of those  These are my all time favorite ribs! I LOVE everything about them.  They have a delicious rub.  They're smoked slowly.  Then, if all that love wasn't enough, they're slathered in some deliciously sweet, happily spiked, all time yummy, barbecue sauce!   As soon as the weather just begins to warm up, my whole family knows the Weber will be making its first debut and soon we will be feasting on some lip smacking ribs.  The recipe is originally from Bon Appetit, July 2000.
  
Over the 11 years I've been making these I've made very few changes.  The original recipe calls for 6 racks of ribs.  I use the 3 pack I get from Costco.  I make the rub just as it was originally written.  For me, it works perfectly for the 3 racks.  Guess I like things a little more intense.  The sauce I generally make also as written and always have LOTS left over.  This is ultimately a really good thing for me because I love this bbq sauce.  I use it on absolutely everything from bbq chicken to roast beef and smoked cheddar paninis.   Now, if you're in the more vinegary bbq sauce camp, this is NOT the bbq sauce for you.  This is a yummy SWEET sauce that doesn't even call for a drop of vinegar.  Feel free to sub out for your own favorite if you're a vinegary sauce lover

Okay, there are a few gadgets that make smoking these babies a whole lot easier.  First is the Weber char-basket charcoal briquet holder.  I bought mine at Home Depot but I know it's available on Amazon.  This holds the charcoals any where you want them in neat little baskets.  In this case, I place them on opposite sides of my Weber.  The second thing that you might want to consider investing in, is a grill that has hinges.  My 22 inch Weber didn't come with this, but for me, this purchase was a no brainer.  Probably because the first time I made these I had the standard grill and I thought it was a gianormous pain to lift the ribs off and then the grill as written if step 7.  Anyway, these things are obviously not required, but I just wanted to share with you what works for me!

Lastly, if you think the whole smoking thing sounds like a royal pain, these ribs are seriously delicious just plain ole baked!  Of course they don't have quite as much smokey yumminess but they are still honestly delish!
Here are the little beauties on the Weber.  Check out the rib rack. Love it!!

My blog has moved. The recipe is HERE!


Yes, I had two of these going! Six racks of total YUM!!!!!
This recipe is at my new site. Hope to see you there :) I've posted a lot of new things.

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20 comments:

  1. Those ribs look so amazing! I'm not even a big fan of ribs and you are making me crave some BBQ now.

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  2. Man do these sound good! My family would love them. Thanks for the info on how to cook them best:)

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  3. I can never have enough rib recipes.

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  4. Looks great - perfect summer recipe!

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  5. Love any kind of country ribs but your version and recipe looks amazing! Finger-licking good! I need seconds please!

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  6. mmm, just mouthwatering, i love ribs!

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  7. Oh my! This looks marvelous, Kathleen! I'm passing this on to my BIL...I'll let him do the smoking!

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  8. Now I'm craving ribs for dinner...these look so good! I wish I could share a rack with you! I hope you have a wonderful day, my sweet friend. Thank you for sharing another creative and beautiful dish. Hugs from Austin!

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  9. Now thats what im talking about!. Richard from Amish Stories

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  10. This looks like a great recipe. Great photo too. Ribs are not easy to photograph :)

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  11. Wow, seriously! I wish we had a charcoal grill. I'm making the rub the next time we have ribs, which should be very soon.
    Karen

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  12. I haven't tried smoking. Sounds like I'd better start. The ribs look irresistible.

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  13. These look amazing! Smoked too... Delicious! Thanks for sharing your recipe... Wish I could have some right now!

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  14. Yum! What gorgeous ribs! I need to make these before summer gets away from us~

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  15. There's nothing quite like a good slab of ribs. This recipe looks amazing, thanks for sharing!

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  16. It's hard to be freshly smoked ribs isn't it? Makes it hard to enjoy the ones you get at a restaurant once you've made your own.

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  17. Now you're talkin' my language! Those look great!

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  18. A very good post. I learned a lot of things in this blog. The art of saying no.I agree with what you say, If you don�t put your goals first, nobody else will because we are responsible of ourselves. Its nice, I love this post. Cristalius

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