I saved back the last star because my ribs were not "babies?. I used a 5 lb rack of spare ribs, pork, and all the same rubs and recipes. Baby ribs, if not on special, are not an economical supper. My spare ribs were, however, very tasty and good. They needed another 30 min at 330 to 335 to get done They were crusty and pleasant, but perhaps more chewy than is usual with "baby back".Incidentally, did you know that the baby back ribs and the spares come from the same pig? The baby back simply come from "higher up on the hog!" This recipe is certainly a good, reliable and simple way to prepare ribs, from which the individual cook will proceed.
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I saved back the last star because my ribs were not "babies?. I used a 5 lb rack of spare...