Recipe: Low-and-Slow Baby Back Ribs
When it comes to expertly-smoked baby back ribs, you can’t rush it. The secret to fall-apart ribs is to cook them low and slow over steady heat. That’s why we’ve developed a recipe totally worth your time. Ater allowing them to marinate overnight, start smoking these ribs early in the morning for six hours over hickory wood chips, and they’ll be perfectly juicy by dinnertime. To keep tender, spray with apple juice (instead of water) and cook for 2 hours wrapped in foil. Finish with a barbecue sauce, apple juice, and honey glaze. We promise it’ll be worth the wait.