These bad boys are in the oven as we speak and I thought it would have been rude of me not to re share the recipe. These are my BIL’s famous ribs that are so freakin amazing you will never want to go out for ribs again!
Dry Rub Ribs


1 Cup brown sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons paprika
1 1/2 tablespoons salt
1 1/2 tablespoons ground black pepper
1 teaspoon garlic powder

Combine Dry Rub Ingredients in a bowl. Prep your Rack of Pork Ribs. Place each Rack onto a sheet of Aluminum Foil.

Rub your Dry rub onto each Rack covering both sides!

Next add a Top Sheet of Aluminum Foil to each Rack! Tightly fold each edge to create a Pouch!

Now you’ll want to place each Rack of Ribs onto a Cookie sheet and throw them into the Refrigerator over night for a little Marinating Magic to occur!

The next day as you grab your milk for your A.M. Cereal you’ll get that Christmas Morning Feeling when you’re greeted by silvery pouched of LOVE!!!

Bake your Ribs at 220 for at least 5 hours! Your house will smell incredible! Feel free to slather on some BBQ sauce after baking but I strongly recommend tossing them on the old Barbi and grilling them for about 10 minutes! It gives them a slight caramelization only prolongs your agony for a few more minutes but it’s well worth the tourtute!

Ok…stop licking your Computer Screen! Your kids are getting frightened!

Thanks Jay Bird! These were such a hit we sent left overs home with Josh from Christmas Dinner and someone stole them from his office Fridge! They are so freakin’ awesome people are willing to lower their moral standards just to get their hands on them!



  1. 1

    Those look delicious!!! I will definitely try them out!

  2. 2

    OH, my mouth is watering!!! Looks yummy!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

  3. 3

    These look amazing! Am going to try them really soon.


  4. 4

    Looks delicious! Must try!!

  5. 5

    I’ve always wanted to make ribs, but never have had any idea where to begin. Thanks for the instructions – they look delish!

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    Heather Wangberg says:

    We’ve made these several times now and they ARE amazing. They are beyond delicious and really easy to make. Ours just fall off the bone so we’ve never been able to grill them at the end because they’d just fall into the grill. They are so good though. Thanks Becca for the recipe!!!

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