Barbecue Pork Ribs

Originally written on August 30, 2014


So this weekend usually markes our local rib cook-off. While it is wonderful and we attended for many years, it just isn’t all that affordable. And since my husband makes way better ribs anyhow we decided to make our own. We threw 3 slabs of st louis pork ribs from Costco on the Traeger Pellet Grills. Of course 3 slabs are too many for a family of 5, however, we will have a slab and a half for leftovers, which is fine by me!

My husband, Josh, slathered the ribs with Kinders BBQ Brown Sugar Rub, then we smoked the ribs for 3 hrs on the Traeger with Hickory flavored Pellets. Later we cooked the ribs for 2 hrs at 225º F. What we had was a nice crisp outside with a juicy inside. It was way worth the wait!

BBQ Pork Ribs

Originally written on August 6, 2014


The heat is killing us so it is back to Barbecuing outside once again. I threw a rack of Pork Ribs on the grill.

Normally I don’t ever parboil, but it was 5:15p when we decided to make ribs, and so I threw them in a pot of boiling water before throwing them onto the hot grill.

After the ribs were charing nicely, I brushed Kinder’s Custom Meats Inc. BBQ Sauce on and caramelized the sauce.

Place ribs in a large pot and cover with water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until tender, about 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Take ribs out of water and place on the grill. Brush BBQ sauce over ribs. Cook about 10 minutes per side, to heat through. Pass remaining barbecue sauce at the table..