June 21, 2022 – As the first day of summer signals the start of long, lazy days hammocking and hiking and hanging out with friends, it also tells you it’s time to fire up the grill.
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● Always clean heated grates with a metal brush before grilling.
● Wipe down grates down with a little oil. Pour the oil on a clean rag or paper towel and use your tongs to lightly apply to the entire cooking surface.
● Set meat, fish and veggies down on the fire, cover … and give the food enough time to cook before flipping or turning.
Master of the Grill Recipe – Perfect Ribs Every Time
This recipe never fails to delight. Take it from us, your friends’ll be droolin’ in the streets!
Pork Ribs, baby back, Louisville style
Dry Rub, recipe follows
For the Dry Rub: combine the following
4 tbsp sweet paprika
2 tbsp chili powder
2 tbsp whole cumin seed, toasted and ground
2 tbsp dark brown sugar
2 tbsp salt
1 tbsp dried oregano
1 tbsp granulated sugar
1 tbsp black pepper
1 tbsp white pepper
1-2 tbsp cayenne pepper (optional)
1. Pre-heat grill for low and slow grilling – about 250 degrees
2. Coat both sides of ribs with a light sprinkling of dry rub
3. Wrap ribs in three layers of aluminum foil, sealing each layer individually –to keep in the juices and heat
4. Place rib package on grill grates, cover and roast for 4-4.5 hours. Take off the heat and serve.
5. To give ribs an added grill flavor, take the rib package off the heat at 3 hours. Open the package. Reserve the juice for basting. Place ribs directly on grates and grill for 20 minutes or so, basting liberally with meat juices. Take off the heat and serve.