3 Reviews

You can lick the meat off these bones! We used a simpler rub and left out the hot sauce, and used a broiler rather than a grill, but what came out was a mess of flavorful ribs that you need a spatula to move to the plate. Tender, delicious, and perfect for the Fourth.

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Lavender Lynn July 05, 2010

These were easy to prepare and really do fall off the bone. I cooked them for 5 1/2 hrs and they were done. I grilled them under the broiler. I used a bold and spicy barbecue sauce and with the spice rub we thought they were a bit over spiced. Next time I would use a less spicy sauce so the flavor of ribs can come through. Thanks for posting. :)

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teresas February 14, 2011

Wanted to tag these for Best of Tag, but missed the tag. Made these for Superbowl Sunday....delicious! I'd decrease the baking time because the meat fell off the ribs on the grill. Otherwise, perfect. Used a mustard based barbecue sauce. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom February 06, 2011
Fall off the Bone Baby Back Ribs