Hello all, Melissa is back home do some job training so I felt I should throw up a post that is quick and easy.
As we all know I love BBQing and my favorite food to grill is ribs.
1 lb. pork spare ribs
1/4 cup marinade of choice
4 tablespoons spices (we did half pepper, half cumin)
A little olive oil
A little lemon juice
Step 1. Get yourself some delicious ribs, pork is usually cheaper.
Step 2. Assemble you seasonings. Feel free to mix and match. Marinade the ribs for at least 2 hours before putting them on the grill.
Step 3. Use a fork to put holes in the meet so your seasonings and marinade can soak in.
Step 4. After 2 hours put ribs on the grill on medium high heat. I put the meat face up first so I can add some more marinade and sauce, but a lot of people like to cook the top layer of meat first.
Step 5. After a good 5 to 8 minutes on medium high heat flip the ribs to starting cooking that delicious meat.You want to create a char on the meat to give it a nice crispy, fall off the bone taste. Be sure not to blacken the whole slab though. Keep cooking the meat for 10 minutes, checking every 4 to 5 minutes.
Step 6. Flip the ribs over after you have desired char and turn down to low heat and cook for another 5 to 10 minutes depending on your ribs. When the meat starts to slightly crack, it is nicely cooked. See the wonderful char marks? They will just add taste to the greatness that is these ribs.
Step 7. Prepare sides with the ribs. The ribs need to rest for a little bit, so this is a good time to make a salad and warm up some bread. After the sides are done cut the ribs up and serve.
Post by: Colin
Photos by: Colin and Melissa