First step for Ribs: Oven Version
You will need 1 or 2 racks of fresh pork ribs. Wash ribs in cold water. Do no use soap. I have to say these things. Pat dry with clean paper towels. Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Peel the membrane off of the underside of the ribs racks. The easiest way to do this is to get it started in one corner using a fork or a corn on the cob holder. Once you get the membrane starting to peel, dry your hands and use a towel or paper towel to get a good grip on it and pull it the rest of the way.
Second step for Ribs: Oven Version
Sprinkle ribs with dry rub. I have a good dry rub recipe on this site. Most of these recipes that you can get off of the internet are pretty much the same. Oh, I can hear the roars of all 'secret' dry rub folks -- trust me, look at the ingredients.. they are strikingly similar. Anyway sprinkle both sides of each rack of ribs with the dry rub. Don't use as much as you do when you cooking smoked ribs because unlike smoking them, the dry rub won't cook off as much when in the oven.
Third step for Ribs: Oven Version
|Oven cooked barbecue ribs|
Re-sprinkle rib rubs. Place each rack of ribs on a large sheet of good foil, pour barbecue sauce over and then wrap them tightly. Return to a pan and bake them for another hour.
There it is, short and sweet.