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First shot at baby back ribs

Can anybody help with a good recipe for a novice. Its labor day weekend and I'm trying to impress some neighbors. I have plenty of ribs but am confused with all the posts I've read. (Cats ribs sound good but too complicated a recipe.) Perhapss someone can cut and paste me a good basic recipe and procedure and email to me. I would be very grateful. Thanks all have a great holiday weekend.
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  • Whammer,
    Well, the simplest thing to do is just use a rub on them and cook them! If you have some Dizzy Pig Rub, that would be good. If you have nothing but stuff from the kitchen cupboard, you could just put a little pepper, garlic powder, light bit of chili powder and maybe a wee bit of salt on them, and then smoke them. I just put 3 racks of baby backs on using Dizzy Pig rub, no mustard, and I'm cooking them using JSlot's revised method, since they are leaner than spares. (375 indirect for 3-4 hours.) We'll see how they come out![p]TNW

    The Naked Whiz
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