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How to Grill Ribs on a Gas Grill

1. Place the ribs onto the baking pan and cover both sides with the dry rub or marinade.
2. Cover the baking pan with aluminum foil. Let the ribs sit overnight in the refrigerator
3. Place 2 cups of wood smoke chips into a 1 quart bowl. Pour enough water to cover the wood chips and let soak for 2 hours before grilling
4. Remove the ribs from the refrigerator and let them sit in the baking pan for 1 hour to come to room temperature.
5. Drain the soaked wood chips and place into the center of a 10-inch square of heavy duty aluminum foil. Fold the sides of the aluminum foil up and over the wood chips, but leave a gap for the wood smoke to escape and flavor your ribs on the grill.
6. Set the wood chips into the rear of your grill below the grilling rack, but on the opposite side from where you will place the ribs. Alternatively, place the packet of wood chips on top of the grill grates next to the ribs
7. Preheat the grill to 300 to 310 degrees Fahrenheit, and use only one burner--either the one at the back of the grill or the one farther from the gas, depending on the arrangement of your burners.
8. Lay the ribs onto the grates, over indirect heat, with the fat side down
9. Flip the ribs with the tongs after every hour, and brush marinade or sauce over them each time you turn them. Avoid opening the grill too often to prevent the smoke from escaping
10. Close the lid of the grill. Allow the ribs to slowly cook for 2-1/2 to 3 hours or until the meat begins to pull away from the bones.
11. Remove the ribs from the grill and let rest for 10 to 15 minutes before serving.

Thu, Aug 11th 2011, 21:07

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