Basics on Baby Back Ribs

Barbecue is synonymous with ribs for a reason.  When I open the lid of my grill and see slabs of moist, juicy ribs slathered in barbecue sauce, it brings a tear to my eye. Smoking your ribs allows for them to cook slowly, resulting in added moisture, while the smoke gives them a delicious flavor that can’t be matched. If you’ve never smoked ribs before, here’s your time to learn. If you have smoked them, this is a refresher course for you. Either way, after watching this video, you’ll want to head out in the backyard and get smoking!

What are your thoughts? (2)

04.29.14

Brandon W

Kevin,

How long does it take to get the ribs from 165 to 190 after wrapping them in foil?

Thanks,

04.29.14

Kevin Kolman

Hi Brandon,
This usually takes about 1.5-2 hours. I like to check the ribs at the 1 hour mark just to make sure they are on the right track. Enjoy grilling your ribs on your Weber.

Happy Grilling!
Kevin

08.10.13

Nick S

What type of Weber smoker are you using? It looks great and I've gone to the Weber site but do not see it there.