I'm not much of a cook, so this is the sort of recipe that appeals to me:
- Turn your oven to 300 degrees.
- Take one slab of ribs. Wash them and remove the membrane (search the net for "remove rib membrane" if you don't know what this means).
- Take some nice dry rub. This weekend, we used Tuto's Organic No Salt Seasoning, from Aloha Spice Company of Hanapepe Hawaii, which my daughters brought back from their recent trip to Hawaii, but almost any dry rub will do. Try to take it easy on the salt; some dry rubs are loaded with salt. Pat it generously and firmly onto both sides of the ribs
- Place the ribs on a cookie sheet, on a baking rack if you can. we have a nice large roasting pan with a roast rack that works wonderfully.
- Cook the ribs at 300 degrees for at least 2 hours. Flip them over every half hour if you remember. The longer you cook them, the better; 2.5 or 3 hours is even better.