Here's A Foolproof Recipe To Follow When Cooking Your Ribs This 4th Of July Weekend
There's nothing more American than throwing some meat over a fire on Fourth of July weekend. Could be as simple as throwing some hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill for 15 minutes. Could be smoking a brisket for 15 hours. Could be something somewhere in the middle like cooking up a rack of ribs.
Now some folks might enjoy their ribs a little more...well done than others. And if that's the case for you then there's another recipe for you to follow. But today I figured I'd help everybody out with a super simple cook on the Weber Kettle since I understand that not everybody is going to be operating on a large offset smoker this weekend. All you need is a grill (preferably charcoal), some sort of pan to hold any sort of liquid to add moisture to the cook, a simple rub with just salt, pepper, paprika, garlic, chili pepper and cayenne, and then a rack of ribs. All things you should easily be able to get your hands on to treat yourself to some killer ribs this weekend.
Let it rip, boys and girls. Enjoy the cook.
Sidenote: Also had the smoker rolling while I was doing these ribs for a brisket cook. Think it turned out pretty well.
Sidenote #2: Nothing but love for the Tank. He'll get 'em next time.