Originally posted by Sig220_Ruger77
Sorry, I didn't see this until now.
I tried a new method and it worked awesome! I'm usually not a huge fan of ribs on a gas grill, but these were pretty good.
I removed the ribs from the fridge, trimmed a bit of the fat off (just to try and make them even in thickness), rinsed them with cold water, patted them dry with paper towel, seasoned them heavily with a rub of your choice.
I had the grill up and running around a 350 temperature. It's a 3 burner grill, so I had both outer burners on medium to get up to temp and then low the rest of the cook. I placed the ribs directly on the middle (off) burner, bones down, and cooked them for around 30-35 minutes.
I then removed the ribs and wrapped them in foil, with some orange juice. I placed them back on the middle (off) burner and cooked for another 35 or so minutes.
I then removed them from the foil, placed the ribs directly back over the middle burner (off), and sauced the top. I flipped them and re-sauced the top every 5 minutes for another 30 minutes. Man were they good!
Seems like a lot of work to do your ribs. I drive 5 minutes to neighborhood BBQ and wait 15 minutes for food after I order and done. [8D][:o)]