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BBQ Spareribs

" Wonderful, juicy, fall of the bone ribs."


Babyback ribs
BBQ sauce of your choice (or make your own)


Peel the backing off of the ribs if there is one. Either leave the ribs whole or cut into individual ribs, depending on your preference. Bring pot of water to a boil and boil the ribs for half an hour with the lid on the pot. After half an hour, remove from water, get ready for the grill and lightly brush with bbq sauce on one side and place that side down on the grill. Brush the other side of ribs lightly with bbq sauce but don't turn them for about 10 minutes. Turn the ribs every 10-15 minutes (watch to make sure they don't burn) and add a light coating of bbq sauce onto the ribs each time you turn them approximately every 10-15 minutes until nicely cooked, tender and a bit crispy on each side. Yum.

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