I give this recipe 3 stars for two reasons: one, I modified the original recipe, so it's not entirely fair to judge; and two, this recipe is more about the preparation rather than the flavor, i.e., it's not a BBQ sauce recipe. That said, I just prepared these, using not country style, but baby back ribs; and I charcoal grilled them outside, rather than baking them in the oven. I used Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ sauce, which was excellent. I parboiled these for two hours, then put them on the prepared grill for 40 minutes. The meat didn't fall off the bone as it did for some reviewers (maybe because mine weren't country style?), but these ribs were good just the same. I will do this again, and definitely try the method the originator suggests (plus, use country style ribs). I'm sure it will be just as good. But really, I'd have preferred an orginal sauce recipe; I'm still looking for the one my mother made with chili sauce before popping the ribs in the oven for 90 minutes. Those were spectacular.
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I give this recipe 3 stars for two reasons: one, I modified the original recipe, so it's not...