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Brian & I have had the hardest time with ribs.  Every time we’ve tried making them at home, they don’t turn out.  This Best-Ever Barbecued Ribs recipe uses a technique we haven’t tried so I knew we needed to give it a shot.
You bake the ribs in the oven and then finish them on the grill.  It worked like a charm!  Our rib meat was so tender and falling off the bone.  Our version had room for improvement (such as trying a different sauce and basting for longer while on the grill to get a thicker coating); however, the recipe itself has real potential.
This was, by far, our most successful attempt at ribs.
Brian’s ranking: one and a half thumbs up.

Brian & I have had the hardest time with ribs.  Every time we’ve tried making them at home, they don’t turn out.  This Best-Ever Barbecued Ribs recipe uses a technique we haven’t tried so I knew we needed to give it a shot.

You bake the ribs in the oven and then finish them on the grill.  It worked like a charm!  Our rib meat was so tender and falling off the bone.  Our version had room for improvement (such as trying a different sauce and basting for longer while on the grill to get a thicker coating); however, the recipe itself has real potential.

This was, by far, our most successful attempt at ribs.

Brian’s ranking: one and a half thumbs up.

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