Wow! First, the sauce. I made it up the night before, following the recipe exactly. To be honest, I didn't like the way it smelled at all, but figured all those 5 stars ratings couldn't be wrong. I kept the faith. Next, the ribs. One tip, put something down in the bottom of your oven to catch drips. They made a mess, even though I folded the foil and placed the ribs with the seal facing up. Oh, well no big deal. Then, the transfer from the oven to the grill. This was a little tricky as the meat just kept falling off the bones! We decided to grill them on foil, because if we hadn't, all the meat would have fallen into the fire. We used no stick foil, but we still had some "stickage." They were still quite juicy and generated a lot of smoke as their juices drained into the fire. Finally, we got them on the table to eat and...WOW! Amazing and worth every bit of the mess. Before we tasted them my husband was pretty annoyed with the mess on the grill. After one bite, though, he decided the mess wasn't really all that bad. Kind of like how you forget labor pains when you first hold that precious baby! Excellent recipe with just the right amount of "bite." If you do not like spicy food, cut back the red pepper a little.
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Wow! First, the sauce. I made it up the night before, following the recipe exactly. To be...