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BBQ Pork Ribs
1 T - Molasses
3 T - Brown sugar
2 T - Olive oil
1 T - Coriander
2 cups - Apple cider vinegar

Dry Rub
1/4 cup - Brown sugar
1/8 cup - Salt
2 T - Black pepper

Steeping Sauce
1 - Lemon
1/4 cup - Brown sugar
1/8 cup - Deli mustard
1/4 cup - White vinegar
1/4 cup - Olive oil
1 T - Chile powder
1 T - Salt
1 T - Black pepper
1/2 T - Coriander
In a glass-mixing bowl, combine the above ingredients and let marinade all day (6+ hours). Works best if you use a large glass Pyrex baking dish and turn the ribs upside down so they immersed in marinade.

The rub
Fire up the grill, aiming for a temperature of 300 degrees.

Before beginning, peal off the layer of skin on the backside of the ribs, and throw them (the skins) away.

Combine all ingredients in a small bowl or plate. Tear off a couple pieces of foil, each a couple inches longer than each of your slabs, and place these in your working area. Place a slab on each piece of foil and use your fingers to rub the front and backsides of the ribs with your dry rub. Fold in both ends of the foil and then roll the two longer sides together to form a seal. Now place both aluminum-wrapped slabs on the grill away from the heat. Do not put them directly over a burner. Close the top of the grill to maintain the temperature and check periodically to make sure the temp doesn't change. Leave on the grill for 2 hours.

Steeping Sauce
This can be mixed and set aside while the ribs are on the grill. It works best if you use a glass mixing bowl or 4 cup measuring cup with a pouring spout. Start with the zest of the lemon, then the juice of that same lemon. Combine the rest of the ingredients.

After the 2 hours is complete, open the foil carefully and pour in the steeping sauce. Reseal the foil and continue grilling for 1 hour at the same 300-degree temperature.

Now, open the foil, pull the ribs out and put them directly on the grill. Grill on each side for 3 minutes and you're ready to eat.

This will fully satisfy one hungry guy and one pregnant woman. Or, 4-6 normal servings. -- Kathy & Doug



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