Open vents half-way.
Arrange 20 briquettes on one side of the grill.
Place three dozen briquettes (half-way) in chimney.
Light, wait 15 minutes.
Carefully empty burning briquettes from chimney onto the other 20 (unlit) briquettes. You now have half the grill
with briquettes, the other half empty.
Place aluminum pan (we used a nine-inch circular one) filled with 1 inch of water onto empty half. Cover with grate, heat
for five minutes.
Place the racks on a rimmed baking
Combine all the rub
ingredients in a small bowl & sprinkle the rub
on both sides of each rack, pressing
to adhere. Set racks aside; prepare grill
Place ribs on grate over water tray, meat side down. Cook for one hour. (Grill
temperature should remain around 120 degrees - close down vent if it gets too hot.)
Combine honey, apple juice,
and cider vinegar to create a basting
ribs over, brush meat side with basting
liquid and cook for 45 minutes.
again and cook until your grill
dies down, we got about another hour.
Place ribs on wire rack over a baking
a third & final time
Place ribs in 300 degree oven until you hit a total cook time of approximately three and a half hours.
Remove from oven & tent with tin-foil for 15 minutes before devouring.