This video shows us how to make a half a slab of honey barbeque ribs. First thing you want to do is take the membrane off the back. Then you want to make your dry rub and this is a mixture of spices to rub on the ribs. In this demonstration we use salt, pepper, granulated garlic, ground red pepper, ground cumin, ground paprika, brown sugar, and a little sage. Don't leave out the brown sugar, it's the most important spice in the rub. Cover the ribs generously with the rub on the front and back. Wrap this up and let it chill in the refrigerator for about 2 hours. Gather a disposable foil pan like what you cook turkeys in. Then you place a rack across the top so your ribs can be steamed. You take some worcestershire sauce and some white wine and add it to some water in the bottom of the pan. Wrap the top up in tin foil and let it cook for about 4 hours at a low temperature. This will really tenderize the meat. Then you go out and grill the ribs with barbeque sauce. Plate it up and enjoy!
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