This recipe has made me a star! The removing of the membrane is the best cooking tip I have ever seen! I have even used pork spare ribs with this, once I mastered the skills. I have never had them catch on fire. I heat my grill, prepare the ribs, then, when open the grill to lay out the foil, I reduce the heat, place the ribs on the top grill, and then I do not open it for any reason. I know that some grills don't have a super low setting, and that is what you need to do this recipe. After the hour, I TURN OFF THE GRILL, then I open it. Baby backs are always done, the spare ribs take a little longer, so if they are not done, I remove the old foil, lay in new foil, THEN TURN THE GRILL BACK ON and close. When they are done, I slather them with sauce and just let them sit for a little while, on the unlit grill, the heat usually is enough to finish them off. I swear by this recipe, thank you so much!!
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This recipe has made me a star! The removing of the membrane is the best cooking tip I have...