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Easy Country Style Pork Ribs

Gerard KnorrGerard Knorr Posts: 1
edited 8:06PM in Pork
• 10 lb Country style pork ribs
• 1 lb brown sugar
• &#189 Cup salt
• 5 Cup BBQ sauce of your preference

InstructionsMix the salt and brown sugar in a bowl. Put the ribs in one at a time and coat them with the mixture. Stack them up on a cookie sheet or similar.Fill the BGE to the top of the fire ring with lump charcoal. Add any wood chips to your taste. I usually mix them up with the lump. Preheat the egg to 200-220 degrees. Place the ribs on the grid. Leave the temperature at this range for 2 hours, then turn the ribs. Additional turns at your discretion. Cook the ribs for at least 3.5 hours, but 4.5 would be better and 6 would be excellent. One hour before the ribs are done, coat the top of the ribs with your barbeque sauce. Allow that to dry on a bit for half an hour or so, flip the ribs, and coat the other side. Cook for the final 30 minutes, remove the ribs and allow to rest for 5 minutes before serving.NotesNumber of Servings: Time to Prepare:
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