Snapguide

How to bbq ribs on the weber grill

BBQ Ribs on the Weber Grill

2
STEPS
TOOLS
Supplies...

Supplies...

Apply thin layer of cayenne on both sides. Then cover with Magic.

Apply thin layer of cayenne on both sides. Then cover with Magic.

Give racks a Swedish massage. Once completed, place in fridge over night.

Give racks a Swedish massage. Once completed, place in fridge over night.

5-6 hours before serving, start chimney. Plus, take ribs out of fridge.

5-6 hours before serving, start chimney. Plus, take ribs out of fridge.

Place coals on one side (indirect heat); drip pans with beer (or other liquid) on the other.

Place coals on one side (indirect heat); drip pans with beer (or other liquid) on the other.

Stack racks over drip pans. Rotate every 45-60 minutes. Allow for them to sweat on one another.

Stack racks over drip pans. Rotate every 45-60 minutes. Allow for them to sweat on one another.

While the ribs sweat, soak applewood chunks and/or chips in water. I like to use both.

While the ribs sweat, soak applewood chunks and/or chips in water. I like to use both.

After a few rotations, place ribs in rack. Place applewood chips/chunks to hot coals. Recover the grill.

After a few rotations, place ribs in rack. Place applewood chips/chunks to hot coals. Recover the grill.

Do a dance while the ribs get happy. Smoke for an hour or so.

Do a dance while the ribs get happy. Smoke for an hour or so.

Get the bone suckin' ready.

Get the bone suckin' ready.

Glaze ribs with sauce. Keep on grill for 15-20 minutes to carmelize.

Cover and let rest for 10 minutes.

Cover and let rest for 10 minutes.

Cut them up and eat. Notice the smoke ring.

Cut them up and eat. Notice the smoke ring.

  • Pork baby back ribs
  • Chef Paul's Pork & Veal Magic
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Charcoal
  • Applewood chunks
  • Beer
  • Bone Sucking Sauce
  • Rib Rack