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So I plan on bringing 4 racks of baby rack ribs, ABT's, and my deep fryer so I can make some deep fried redskins. My question is this....
I will not be bringing the egg, I will be bringing portable gas and charcoal grills. What is the best way to prepare the ribs prior to going tomorrow at 8am? I was thinking that I could either boil them and once they are pulling from the bone, take out of over, dry rub, then let sit overnight and finish on the charcoal grill with some smoke. Or smoke them on the egg, and once close to being done, pull and let sit overnight until I finish tomorrow. I just want to make tender ribs like I always do, but I have never done a cook the day before to serve the next day and I dont want them to be like leftovers.
Any opinions are greatly appreciated. Basically, I need to know the best way to put out a good baby back rib, when doing 75% of the cooking the night before.
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