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Uploaded on May 16, 2011

Learn how to make tender, slow-cooked pork ribs on your barbeque grill.

Tangy, moist, and smokey, there's nothing more satisfying than succulent, slow-cooked barbequed ribs fresh from the grill. In this video, we'll show you how to barbeque ribs. You'll see a simple way to make perfect caramelized barbequed ribs on either a gas or charcoal grill. You'll learn the difference between cuts of ribs (like baby back, country, and spare ribs) and how many ribs you should buy to satisfy your hungry family. Plus, you'll discover how to trim fat and cartilage and how to quickly pull away the thin white membrane from the ribs. All it takes is three steps. You'll also learn the secrets to prepping your ribs with a simple, tasty dry rub. We'll show you the basics of indirect heat grilling, reveal the "doneness clues" for perfectly cooked ribs, and show you the right time to add the sauce.

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