Who Else Wants to Know The Secret Of How to Grill Ribs?

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Time to learn our simple tricks and techniques on how to grill ribs that people LOVE to eat. What we’re going to talk about today is a follow-up discussion for those who have already mastered the art of grilling chicken.

Now that you can grill chicken it’s time for you to focus your attention and learn how to grill great tasting ribs.

Some people dread putting ribs on the grill because the process seems to takes forever.

However for some people, the taste of tender and succulent ribs, with meat falling off the bone, can't be passed up. For this group of people the time spent preparing, smoking or grilling the ribs is time well spent.

We suggest you take the follow simple but very effective actions, to prepare the best tasting ribs you and your family have ever tasted:

  • Select a slab of fresh beef or pork ribs with minimal fat. If you can’t find decent slabs without fat just cut/trim the fat away
  • If you decide to cook beef, remove the membrane from the backside of the bones. Taking this one simple step of removing the membrane will put you in the next league of cooks.
  • Prepare the ribs for grilling and then season them with a barbecue dry rub. Now even though I’m a fan of dry rubbing meats before I grill you can still marinade your meat if you choose to do so.
  • After apply dry rub to the ribs, refrigerate your ribs overnight. The overnight deal applies for marinade as well.
  • At a very low temperature, smoke or slow cook the ribs in your grill for several hours. If you cook the ribs to fast at a high temperature they will burn and the meat will be tough.
  • Once the meat becomes tender, apply your favorite barbecue sauce and continue to cook for a few more minutes

You meat will turn out to be mouthwatering and lip smacking if you take all of the steps listed about.

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