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I've tried ribs several times. Baby back that is.
Indirect. 225 for 5hrs. Drip pan with apple juice. Spray ever 30mins with apple juice. Increase temp last 30mins and apply bbq sauce.
Result? It's almost like the outside becomes dry and chewy and the inside is moist and soft. I can almost pull the outside off and get to the inside. Basically they suck.
Isn't there a way to do ribs without injecting butts, 3-1-1 or whatever. I'm just an average joe that wants to make some eatable ribs!!
Any suggestions for a rather simple rib methodology that will let a novice cook some good ribs?