Diane Rossen Worthington's recipe from her cookbook "Seriously Simple".Cook's Notes: --When selecting ribs, I prefer the meaty and less fatty baby back ribs, sometimes called loin ribs. They have a covering of meat over the bones and also between them that makes them leaner and meatier than spare ribs. They are shorter and smaller than spareribs. They are a bit more costly than spare ribs but well worth it. --Look for racks that have meat on the rack and not a lot of fat. It's best to buy fresh ribs that have not been frozen. --Sometimes you will find the smallest ribs cut up and called Chinese-style ribs. These are the small ribs from the end of the loin rack. You can substitute these individual ribs if you prefer; these make a great appetizer. --Use this marinade on pork tenderloin or chicken. --This may be prepared 1 day ahead through step 4, covered and refrigerated. Remove from the refrigerator 1 hour before grilling.