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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

How To Cook Ribs On The Grill Doesn't Have To Be Hard

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Baby Back Ribs on the Grill


The weather is beautiful and our Huntington gas grill is hot and ready to go. There is nothing like baby back ribs on the grill. My son Sam, and his family decided to make the 2-hour drive on Father’s Day to surprise me. 

What a beautiful day we had, we barbecued some baby back ribs on the grill. This was really simple to do; I bought two packages of baby back ribs and picked up some extra barbecue sauce. My son cooked these to perfection and here is how he did it.

Baby Back Ribs on the Grill:

Instructions 

  1. Set your grill to the high setting
  2. We rubbed the ribs with light olive oil (Not too Much)
  3. Place your ribs on the grill, cook on high about one minute per side
  4. The turn your grill to the low setting and turn off one side for indirect heat
  5. If you have a smaller grill as I do, rotate the ribs between heat and indirect heat
  6. Cook for about 1-1/2 hours basting the last 15 minutes with the barbecue sauce
To make this day even better, my daughter came over with stuffed artichokes and stuffed peppers.
Needless to say, I was one happy father, my kids are the greatest!! I can’t wait until next Father’s Day.

Please share any tips that you may have for ribs on the grill. As always Thanks for stopping by.

We cooked these ribs on my Huntington Gas Grill, Made in the USA: 

16 comments:

  1. I'm not a very good grilling, but this ribs recipe really looks really simple to make... Will be giving this a try this summer! :)

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    1. Thyme and Honey, I was never any good at it either, the indirect heat is the key. Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a wonderful day.

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  2. I'm going to try the indirect heat once it's a little warmer here. Thanks for the grilling tip and rib instructions!!

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    1. Hi Daphne, It's a little difficult here in Western NY as we have about a foot of snow outside. So I guess we have wait for better weather. Thanks for stopping by, and have a great evening :)

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  3. Ribs sound so good right now! They need to put them on ibotta again so I have an excuse to buy them.

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    1. Hi Marsha, I hope you find some soon. Thanks for visiting, I love the look of your blog, and have a wonderful day :)

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  4. I like the way you slow grill your ribs! I do mine the same way as they seem more flavorful and tender.

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    1. Ruth, I agree, slow cooking is the best way. Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a great day :)

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  5. I usually boil my ribs first and then grill them, but I'll try your way of doing them next time we have ribs for dinner. Thanks Sam!

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    1. I hope it works out for you Susan, and hope you enjoy!! Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. We don't do ribs often, as they're quite expensive here. But I love Sweet Baby Ray's for any kind of meat. It's a great line of sauces.

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    1. I'll have to give Sweet Baby Ray's a try Kyla, I'm always up for trying something new! Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. Will try it... and like Sweet Baby Ray!!

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    1. Almost time to stow away the grill for the winter!!! Gotta make them again while I have the chance!! Thank Laurie :)

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    1. Thanks so much Mary, These ribs were mouth watering and they were fall off the bone tender. Thanks again for stopping by :)

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