Start with a great rack of ribs.
Mix and rub on some seasoning, let sit 20 min while the grill heats up. We have a Holland gas grill, all temps and times will vary according to your grill or oven. Low and slow is always good. Have your oven around 300. We cooked these on our grill for 2 1/4 hours.
If you want when they are almost done baste with bar-b-q sauce you have made or store bought. I used this rub combination for our ribs;
Lawry's season salt
Here are a few other rubs that were featured in Better Homes and Gardens June 2009 issue
Chili powder, chocolate shavings, grated orange peel
Allspice, mustard seeds, ginger
White black and pink peppercorns, rosemarry
Ground yellow mustard, white sugar, dried lavender
Grated lemon peel, parsley, chives, oregano, olive oil
Smoke and Fire
smoked paprika, chipotle flakes, snipped dried tomatoes, lime juice
Fresh and powdered garlic, sea salt, basil
black and white sesame seeds, crystallized ginger,red pepper flakes
Hickory smoked salt, ground coffee, light brown sugar
curry powder, crushed red pepper flakes, chopped pistachios
As you can see, make a mix of what ever you like to season your ribs or other meat!
potato salad, onion rings or pepperoni baked beans.