1/3 cup Brown Sugar
2 Tbs. Honey
1/3 cup unsalted butter
Your preferred seasoning
Sweet and Savory Rubs
Berkshire Pork Spare Rib
Head Country Apple Habanero
Kosmo’s Q Apple Cherry Rib Glaze
1. Liberally dust the front and backside of the ribs with your favorite bbq rub.
2. Place the ribs on a 275-degree grill set up for indirect heating, using Royal Oak Charcoal. Add a chunk or two of hickory or cherry wood.
3. After two hours, place the rack of ribs onto a large piece of foil. Pour a mixture of melted butter, brown sugar, and honey over the ribs (optional).
Sprinkle the ribs with a little more seasoning and wrap them up tightly, being careful not to pierce the foil.
4. Place the wrapped ribs onto the grill, close the lid and let them cook an additional 1.5 hours or so before checking for doneness. When you open the foil the meat should have pulled back from the bones a little and tear slightly in the center when lifted up with tongs.
5. Remove the ribs from the foil (you can leave them in the foil for this step if you wish) and place them onto the grill grate. Baste the ribs with your favorite bbq sauce or glaze and cook an additional 10 minutes or until the sauce reaches the desired amount of stickiness. Place the finished ribs onto a platter and allow them to rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing. Enjoy!